Why do you believe he was he “bloodthirsty”?

Why do you believe he was he “bloodthirsty”? (What are your source?) Which Greek “pseudo philosophers” are you talking about? (Zeno, the founder of Stoicism, was not Greek.) You’ve written “the inspiration for Plato and Aristotle” — is that a typo? I’m not talking, at all, about the inspiration for Plato or Aristotle in this article.

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