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Stoicism: A philosophical school, popular in the Roman Empire, that emphasized the ethical independence of the individual by stressing that "virtue is enough for happiness" and therefore that the psychological state of the individual should not be influenced by the presence or absence of worldly values such as friends, wealth, respect, and honor. Further, the Stoics believed that true virtue or excellence lies in not being affected by outside events and in not experiencing passions or emotions (at least negative emotions), but instead in "living according to reason". In its dualism and modified intellectualism, Stoicism was an heir to Socraticism and was a kind of popularized Platonism that opposed the eudaimonism of Aristotelianism and traditional Greek ethics.
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