Collection: Zeno

Zeno of Citium (334–262 BCE), the ancient Greek philosopher and founder of Stoicism, laid the foundation for a philosophy that has endured through the ages. Born in Cyprus, Zeno's teachings emphasized virtue, wisdom, and the pursuit of inner tranquility. Gathering disciples in Athens, he established the Stoic school, influencing generations with his belief in self-control, rationality, and acceptance of fate. Zeno's legacy continues to shape ethical philosophy, guiding individuals toward a resilient and principled way of life.