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    Baltzly, D.

    Stoicism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

    2018 - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

    In-text: (Baltzly)

    Your Bibliography: Baltzly, Dirk. "Stoicism (Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy)." Plato.stanford.edu. N.p., 2018. Web. 23 June 2019.

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    Bergson, A.

    Stoicism Achieved: Cato in Chapman's Tragedy of Caesar and Pompey

    1977 - Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900

    In-text: (Bergson 295)

    Your Bibliography: Bergson, Allen. "Stoicism Achieved: Cato In Chapman's Tragedy Of Caesar And Pompey." Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 17.2 (1977): 295. Web.

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    Bowra, C. M.

    Aeneas and the Stoic Ideal

    1933 - Greece and Rome

    In-text: (Bowra 8-21)

    Your Bibliography: Bowra, C. M. "Aeneas And The Stoic Ideal." Greece and Rome 3.7 (1933): 8-21. Web.

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    Davies, M.

    SENECAN PHILOSOPHY AS COUNTER-IDEOLOGY (EPISTLE 31)∗

    2019 - University of Auckland - Auckland

    In-text: (Davies)

    Your Bibliography: Davies, Mark. SENECAN PHILOSOPHY AS COUNTER-IDEOLOGY (EPISTLE 31)∗. Auckland: University of Auckland, 2019. Web. 23 June 2019.

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    Edwards, M. W.

    The Expression of Stoic Ideas in the "Aeneid"

    1960 - Phoenix

    In-text: (Edwards 151)

    Your Bibliography: Edwards, Mark W. "The Expression Of Stoic Ideas In The "Aeneid"." Phoenix 14.3 (1960): 151. Web.

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    Forbes, C. A.

    THE PHILOSOPHY OF VERGIL

    1964 - Vergilius

    In-text: (Forbes)

    Your Bibliography: Forbes, Clarence A. "THE PHILOSOPHY OF VERGIL." Vergilius 10 (1964): n. pag. Web. 23 June 2019.

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    George, D. B.

    Lucan's Cato and Stoic Attitudes to the Republic

    1991 - Classical Antiquity

    In-text: (George 237-258)

    Your Bibliography: George, David B. "Lucan's Cato And Stoic Attitudes To The Republic." Classical Antiquity 10.2 (1991): 237-258. Web.

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    Kline, A.

    THE AENEID: Virgil

    2002 - Poetry in Translation - Wilshire Boulevard

    In-text: (Kline)

    Your Bibliography: Kline, A.S. THE AENEID: Virgil. Wilshire Boulevard: Poetry in Translation, 2002. Web. 23 June 2019.

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    Pigliucci, M.

    Nobody expects the Stoic Opposition!

    2018 - Wordpress

    In-text: (Pigliucci)

    Your Bibliography: Pigliucci, Massimo. "Nobody Expects The Stoic Opposition!." How to Be a Stoic. N.p., 2018. Web. 23 June 2019.

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    Reesor, M. E.

    The "Indifferents" in the Old and Middle Stoa

    1951 - Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association

    In-text: (Reesor 102)

    Your Bibliography: Reesor, Margaret E. "The "Indifferents" In The Old And Middle Stoa." Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association 82 (1951): 102. Web. 15 May 2019.

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    Reydams‐Schils, G.

    Philosophy and education in Stoicism of the Roman Imperial era

    2010 - Oxford Review of Education

    In-text: (Reydams‐Schils 561-574)

    Your Bibliography: Reydams‐Schils, G. "Philosophy And Education In Stoicism Of The Roman Imperial Era." Oxford Review of Education 36.5 (2010): 561-574. Web.

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    Shaw, B. D.

    The Divine Economy : Stoicism as Ideology

    1985 - Latomus

    In-text: (Shaw)

    Your Bibliography: Shaw, Brent D. "The Divine Economy : Stoicism As Ideology." Latomus 44.1 (1985): n. pag. Web. 23 June 2019.

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    Stem, R.

    The First Eloquent Stoic: Cicero on Cato the Younger

    2005 - The Classical Journal

    In-text: (Stem)

    Your Bibliography: Stem, Rex. "The First Eloquent Stoic: Cicero On Cato The Younger." The Classical Journal 101.1 (2005): n. pag. Web. 23 June 2019.

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    Stephens, W. O.

    Musonius Rufus | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

    Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

    In-text: (Stephens)

    Your Bibliography: Stephens, William O. "Musonius Rufus | Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy." Iep.utm.edu. Web. 23 June 2019.

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    Webb, M.

    Cicero's Paradoxa Stoicorum: A New Translation with Philosophical Commentary

    1985 - Texas Tech University - Lubbock

    In-text: (Webb)

    Your Bibliography: Webb, Mark. Cicero's Paradoxa Stoicorum: A New Translation With Philosophical Commentary. Lubbock: Texas Tech University, 1985. Web. 23 June 2019.

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