Hellanicus and Cleanthes
say his father was Maeon, but Eugaeon says Meles; Callicles is for Mnesagoras, Democritus of Troezen for Daemon, a merchant-trader.
(330-230 BCE) was the second head of the Stoic school in Athens.
Chapman, indeed, had previously written the fantastic part of the title character of The Blind Beggar of Alexandria--variously a blind beggar or seer called Irus, the banished Duke Cleanthes
, the usurer Leon, and 'the humorous duke' Hermes.
Admittedly, sometime in the period of Antigonus' suzerainty (306-301 BC) Cleanthes
went to Athens and was at some point brought before the court of the Areopagites.
The Hellenistic philosophers considered are Epicurus; the stoics Zeno, Cleanthes
, and Chrysippus; and Pyrrho of Elis.
There is a long list of philosophers who address personal prayers to deities; examples include the Stoic philosopher Cleanthes
and his hymn to Zeus, (11) and the Epicurean Lucretius and his address to Venus at the beginning of his De rerum natura.
The other major work presented here is Marullus's Hymns to Nature, which belongs to a genre of theogonic poetry that begins with Hesiod and the Homeric Hymns and extends through Cleanthes
, Callimachus, and Proclus.
non expressisset, si tantummodo audisset: vitae eius interfuit, secreta perspexit, obervavit ilium, an ex formula sua viveret.
For example, Stobaeus advertises an argument from Cleanthes
as 'about the city's being excellent where in fact Cleanthes
argues that the city is 'urbane' (2.
Cleanthou, a 23-year-old architecture student.
KEY WORDS: Russell, Chrysippus, Zeno, Cleanthes
The Stoics also looked back to Cleanthes
, who taught that ethical standards should arise from the examination of universal processes.