Antipater of Tarsus  

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Antipater of Tarsus was a Stoic philosopher, who lived c. 200-129 BC. He was the pupil and successor of Diogenes of Babylon as leader of the Stoic school, and was the teacher of Panaetius. He wrote works on the gods and on divination, and in ethics he took a higher moral ground than that of his teacher Diogenes.




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