Musonius’ Lectures

How to Be a Stoic

MusoniusTime to take a look at Musonius Rufus, a preeminent Stoic in Imperial Rome, most famous nowadays for being Epictetus’ teacher (and thus an indirect influence on Marcus Aurelius).

My notes in this post and the next are based on a new translation of the Lectures and Sayings by Cynthia King, which appeared with a preface by Bill Irvine.

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