Virtue Of Justice in Stoicism

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Fauzan Fikri Firmansyah
Royan Vitaly
Raihan Ni’am Aufa
Mohammad Alvi Pratama


Penelitian ini membahas tentang stoicisme berdasarkan virtue of justice. Penelitian ini berfokus pada tokoh Filsuf Lucius Annaeus Seneca yang merupakan filsuf Stoa. Pada penelitian ini menggunakan metode penelitian yang meliputi pengumpulan data buku buku sejarah filsafat barat, historiografi dan artikel. Berdasarkan hasil penelitian ditemukan bahwa Lucius Annaeus Seneca merupakan filsuf romawi yang menganut aliran filsafat stoicism dimana seneca berpandangan bahwa pemikirannya melampaui sekedar hukum dan aturan, ia menekankan pentingnya keadilan sebagai landasan moral dalam kehidupan.


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Firmansyah, F. F., Royan Vitaly, Raihan Ni’am Aufa, & Mohammad Alvi Pratama. (2024). Virtue Of Justice in Stoicism . Praxis: Jurnal Filsafat Terapan, 1(02). Retrieved from


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