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.
Zeno of Citium(ˈziːnəʊ əv ˈsɪtɪəm)
(Biography) ?336–?264 bc, Greek philosopher, who founded the Stoic school in Athens
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.