American Ideals 27. The Stoics, Part 4

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The Stoics’ basic principles as explained by Dr. Konvitz are defined as including the obligations implied by the Stoic concept of self, the cosmopolitan idea of a single humanity, the existence of a common moral law, the necessity for moral courage in upholding the common moral law, and, a concept introduced by Epictetus, the dignity of all labor. This common law (the law of nature, the unwritten law) is the law to which all of humankind is subject, which is a product of reason and has its origin in God.
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Duration: 43:35
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1973
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law; Constitution; United States; Bill of Rights; American ideals
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