The Stoic Synthesis Of Pantheism And Individualism

The Stoic Monism—Its Dogmatic Suppression of Difference— Its Doctrine of the Identity of Matter and Mind—Its Inability to explain their Relative Opposition—The Stoics not Materialists—Comparison of their Doctrine with that of Spinoza—Their Relation to Heraclitus—Materialistic and Idealistic Aspects of Stoicism—The Unity of the World and the Unity of the Self—The Conatusin suo esse permvemndi —How it separates itself from the Particular Desires and their Objects—The Actual and Potential in Man not distinguished by the Stoics, „ . » . 70-102

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