On stoic and peripatetic ethics the work of arius didymus new jersey 1983 since that date a growing number of papers and books dealing with arius have been published 1 pomeroys contribution forms part of this revival of scholarly interest in arius didymus. Arius didymus epitome of stoic ethics by arthur john pomeroy 000 rating details 0 ratings 1 review presents a work by a prominent alexandrian philosopher giving an individualistic example of stoic thought as it existed in the late first century bc endnotes are aimed at offering continuous assistance to the reader by clarifying . Arius didymus was an alexandrian philosopher and a close associate of augustus the first roman emperor arius was particularly interested in ethics and compiled an account of both peripatetic and stoic ethics. When we look at three other sources ciceros works particularly on duties on the ends and diogenes laertes lives of the philosophers and arius didymus epitome of stoic ethics what we
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