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1 Moral Right the only good or the chief good.
2 As a Peripatetic, Cratippus insisted that there was natural good as well as moral good; thus health, honour, etc., were good and worth seeking for their own sake, though in less degree than virtue. But the Stoics (and Cicero is now speaking as a Stoic) called all those other blessings not “good” nor “worth seeking for their own sake,” but “indifferent.”
3 With this he waves aside, without even the honour of mentioning them, the Epicureans, Cyrenaics, etc.
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