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The philosophical systems of Stoicism and Epicureanism were two of the dominant exponents of philosophical thought during the Hellenistic period. Although they continued, to some extent, the previous philosophical tradition in seeking answers to questions about the structure and knowledge of reality, they nevertheless turned to a more anthropocentric approach, proposing a way of life that can lead to happiness, giving practical direction in their philosophy. The topic presented in this essay isdoi:10.5281/zenodo.4554377 fatcat:jsx6weswhvdttpw6inq3haoase