Epiktetos (c.55 - 135CE) was a Stoic philosopher from Phrygia. He was a slave of Epaphroditus (a servant
of the emperor Nero), who upon being freed, dedicated himself to studying and teaching Philosophy.
His two famous works are the Discourses and the Enchiridion.
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