Zeno of Citium on the divinity of the cosmos

  title={Zeno of Citium on the divinity of the cosmos},
  author={Dale Jacquette},
  journal={Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses},
  pages={415 - 431}
  • D. Jacquette
  • Published 1 December 1995
  • Philosophy
  • Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses
En s'interessant a Zenon de Citium, l'A. ne tient pas tant a revenir sur sa philosophie stoicienne que de preciser les aspects purement religieux de sa doctrine. Il s'agit ici de mettre en evidence son pantheisme a partir des ecrits ou il evoque la divinite du cosmos. C'est l'occasion de mettre en evidence les aspects religieux de cette philosophie en resituant la doctrine de Zenon au sein du stoicisme 
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