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2017 | 8 | 54-62
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Modern Stoicism and the Responsibility for the Global Polis

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This article outlines the premises and promises of a modern comeback of Stoicism, particularly the question of reinterpretation of the original doctrine, the contemporary intricacies of the principle of “following nature,” and the foundations that modern Stoicism establishes for global responsibility.
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8
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54-62
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2018-04-30
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References
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Notes
DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.0388
URL: https://sgege.aps.edu.pl/resources/html/article/details?id=173128
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Publication order reference
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