Grant, Is it not accepted that the translation of the sound Stoic guide as to what is ethical and what is not is “Live in accord with Nature”? And is not
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It is obviously possible to extract an ethics from Stoic philosophy and have something that functions as a basis for ethical life. What I am doubtful about ismalcolmschosha
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