Two Stoic approaches to justice

Author: Schofield, Malcolm
Title: Two Stoic approaches to justice
Review/Collection: in: Laks, A. & Schofield, M. (Ed.), Justice and generosity: studies in Hellenistic social and political philosophy: proceedings of the Sixth Symposium Hellenisticum
Place edition: Cambridge & New York
Editor: Cambridge University Press
Year edition: 1995
Pages: 191-212
Keywords: Philosophie - Filosofia - Philosophy

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Description: [APh] [Comment] Justice can be understood from two perspectives: divine and natural. The Stoics incorporated both sorts of account in their philosophy (evidence from De officiis and De legibus).
Author initials: Schofield 1995