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THE STOICS

The Stoic sage is indifferent to pain and pleasure, focusing instead on maintaining a virtuous character.

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Discover the timeless wisdom of "The Stoics" by F.H. Sandbach, where ancient teachings on virtue, reason, and tranquility offer profound insights for modern living.

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