Zeno of Citium
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Zeno of Citium (sometimes called Zeno Apathea) (333 BC–264 BC) was a Syrian philosopher. He was the student of Carates of Thebes, who was the most famous cynic at that time. He started the Stoic school of philosophy.
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- "Western philosophy - Hellenistic and Roman philosophy". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 2020-12-11.