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The Early Stoa's Analysis

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This source focuses on the views on what is the best way to rule a government based on different Stoic views among time. The first era of Stoicism is the Early Stoa. The early Stoa believed in the teachings of non-eclectic Stoicism, which philosophers Zeno and Chrysippus believed in. The Early Stoa’s believed that the good are united in one bond in a society while the bad are alienated from society. They believe in the idea of natural law unlike real law courts. Rules of justice and order of the natural law is the ideal Stoic view. Early Stoa’s believe that ownership of property is missing from the Stoic Republic. Man should not be a citizen of just a certain city or state, but should be a citizen of the whole universe. The second era mentioned

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