Topic: Nobody Expects the Stoic Opposition!
The so-called Stoic opposition was a group of Stoic Senators and philosophers opposed to the tyrannies of emperors such as Nero, Vespasian, and Domitian. Many of them paid the price for their political engagement, either with exile or with their lives. We'll talk about this episode in Stoic history in the context of the broader question of what sort of social and political engagement, if any, is required by the practice of Stoic philosophy. Suggested reading: http://1clickurls.com/ubRaBi