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Ideas of Ariston, by Text

[Greek, 290 - 230 BCE, Born on the island of Chios. Taught by Zeno of Citium, the founder of the Stoic movement. Lectured in the Cynosarges.]

350BCE works (all lost)
p.100 Ariston says rules are useless for the virtuous and the non-virtuous
250BCE works (all lost)
p.318 The chief good is indifference to what lies midway between virtue and vice