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Often overlooked, the time after the great ancient philosophers was rich with philosophical activity, rediscovery of ancient writing, and challenges to tradition.
- Zeno of Citium
- The Neo-Platonists:
- Marcus Aurelius
Schools of Thought in Hellenistic Period
The spread of Christian Philosophy through the Roman world slowly brought an end to the characteristic Greek and Helinistic philosophy, ushering in the beginnings of what is generally called Medieval Philosophy, or sometimes called philosophy in the Dark Ages of Europe.
Some content adapted from the Wikinfo article "Hellenistic_philosophy" under the GNU Free Documentation License.
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