Zeno of Citium
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Ze·no of Cit·i·um(zē′nō, sĭt′ē-əm) 335?-263? bc.
Greek philosopher who founded the Stoic school, teaching that virtue is necessarily good and that objects of desire are morally ambiguous.
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Zeno of Citium(ˈziːnəʊ əv ˈsɪtɪəm)
(Biography) ?336–?264 bc, Greek philosopher, who founded the Stoic school in Athens
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Ze′no of Ci′ti•um(ˈsɪʃ i əm)
c340–c265 B.C., Greek philosopher, born in Cyprus.Also called Ze′no the Sto′ic.
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