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Question 1: ________ (185–109 BC)
Zeno of CitiumPanaetiusPosidoniusChrysippus

Question 2: The Stoics believed in the certainty that ________ can be attained through the use of reason.
CausalityTruthEmpiricismKnowledge

Question 3: [1] Stoics were concerned with the active relationship between cosmic ________ and human freedom, and the belief that it is virtuous to maintain a will (called prohairesis) that is in accord with nature.
CausalityAristotleImmanuel KantDeterminism

Question 4: The modern usage as "person who represses feelings or endures patiently" was first cited in 1579 as a noun, and 1596 as an ________.
VerbPreposition and postpositionAdjectiveAdverb

Question 5: Quine • Wilhelm Windelband • ________ • William of Ockham • William Whewell • more...
PseudoscienceWilhelm WundtEpistemologyRelationship between religion and science

Question 6: Stoicism became the most influential school of the Greco–Roman world, and produced a number of remarkable writers and personalities, such as ________ and Epictetus.
CiceroMarcus Junius Brutus the YoungerJulius CaesarCato the Younger

Question 7: According to the Stoics, the senses are constantly receiving sensations: pulsations which pass from objects through the senses to the ________, where they leave behind an impression (phantasia).
Gottfried LeibnizAristotleMindMonism

Question 8: [29] Even so, Stoic writings such as the Meditations of ________ have been highly regarded throughout the centuries.
HadrianTrajanMarcus AureliusLucius Verus

Question 9: [12][13] Unlike the other schools of philosophy, such as the ________, Zeno chose to teach his philosophy in a public space, which was a colonnade overlooking the central gathering place of Athens, the Agora.
EpicureanismStoicismAristotleDeterminism

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