The Axiochus of Pseudo-Plato

The Axiochus is a Pseudo-Platonic dialogue, unusual in that it portrays Socrates delivering a philosophical consolation to someone about to die, which draws on Stoic and Epicurean themes.

Axiochus of Pseudo-Plato

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