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The Indian is a stoic, and if any emotion ever agitates him it is not betrayed in his countenance.

His stoic air, his words of passive acceptance, laid a calm upon the first outburst of bitter grief from the two young creatures.

A Stoic or Epicurean displays principles, which may not only be durable, but which have an effect on conduct and behaviour.

Then as a further instance that you are still a stoic, come now and exhibit to me the treasures and secrets of Ripon House.

The King's MenRobert Grant, John Boyle O'Reilly, J. S. Dale, and John T. Wheelwright

Again something of his old manner returned; something of the stoic's fatalism flashed in his eye.

The Last ShotFrederick Palmer

If Christianity cannot help you, try to become a Stoic philosopher.

Fathers and SonsIvan Sergeevich Turgenev

The Romans for the most part were divided into the two great schools of philosophy, the Epicurean and the Stoic.

Zeno was the great master of the Stoic philosophy; and Cleanthes was second to him in reputation.

Antipater the Stoic collected a large number of examples, illustrating the miraculous divining power of Sokrates.

That man was made for society and that it was each man's business to labour for the good of the whole was common Stoic doctrine.

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