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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of epictetus:
/ɛpɪktətəs/

Derived Form of epictetus

noun
plural: epictetuses
Noun
1
Greek philosopher who was a Stoic (circa 50-130)
Type ofphilosopher,

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  1. Had it been as widespread as Tacitus claimed, one would think the likes of Plutarch, Epictetus,
  2. So he was reading Epictetus and Seneca.
  3. The Ancient Stoic philosopher Epictetus apparently used to teach using this demonstration: a visual experience
  4. There's a quote from Epictetus, the stoic philosopher.
  5. it's the best you can do. The stoic Epictetus exhorted prudence and said: if they ask for your donkey,
  6. Epictetus had some great advice on how to deal with people that criticize you, no matter
  7. Perhaps, Epictetus has taught us the most valuable lesson when it comes to taking things
  8. it's the best you can do. The stoic Epictetus exhorted prudence and said: if they ask for your donkey,
  9. As Stoic philosopher Epictetus would say: we cant control the outside world, but
  10. By Epictetus
  11. Aristotle, by Epictetus, by Boethius, by Hobbes, by Hume,
  12. Epictetus, the two contemporary works that we're
  13. but by our thoughts about what happens.--Epictetus
  14. Proverbs of Solomon, Boethius's 'Consolations of Philosophy', the apophthegms of Epictetus
  15. Even though they followed the same philosophy, Marcus Aurelius was an emperor and Epictetus
  16. The works of Epictetus reveal the importance of tranquility, and that we should value this
  17. The main work of Epictetus is called Discourses; a collection of lectures that were written
  18. In these sources, we can discover how Epictetus thought about coping with daily worries, stressful
  19. When Epictetus was teaching, one of his students told him that he wanted to go home, because
  20. Epictetus, then, sent him home.