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Diodotus (Greek: Διόδοτος; fl. 1st century BC) was a Stoic philosopher, and was a friend of Cicero. He lived for most of his life in Rome in Cicero's house, where he instructed Cicero in Stoic philosophy and especially Logic.[1] Although Cicero never fully accepted Stoic philosophy, he always spoke of Diodotus with fondness, and ranked him equal to other philosophers of his era such as Philo of Larissa, Antiochus and Posidonius.[2] In his later years, Diodotus went blind, but he nevertheless continued to teach: The Stoic Diodotus, another man who lost his sight, lived for many years in my house. It seems hard to believe, but after he became blind he devoted himself more strenuously to philosophy than he ever had before. He also played the lyre, like a Pythagorean, and had books read to him day and night; he had no need of eyes to get on with his work. He also did something which seems scarcely credible for a man who could not see: he continued giving lectures on geometry, giving his pupils verbal indications of the points where they should begin and end the lines they had to draw.[3] He died in Cicero's house in 59 BC, and left his friend his entire property.[4] References ^ Cicero, Brutus, 90. ^ Cicero, De Natura Deorum (On the Nature of the Gods), i, 3. ^ Cicero, Tusculan Disputations, v. 39. From Cicero, On the Good Life, trans. Michael Grant. Penguin. (1971) ^ Cicero, Epistulae ad Atticum (Letters to Atticus), ii. 20. v • d • e Stoicism Philosophers Early Stoa Zeno of Citium · Persaeus · Aristo · Sphaerus · Herillus · Cleanthes · Chrysippus · Zeno of Tarsus · Crates of Mallus · Diogenes of Babylon · Apollodorus · Antipater of Tarsus Middle Stoa Panaetius · Dardanus · Mnesarchus · Hecato · Posidonius · Diodotus · Geminus · Antipater of Tyre · Athenodoros Cananites Late Stoa Seneca · Cornutus · Musonius Rufus · Euphrates · Cleomedes · Epictetus · Hierocles · Sextus · Junius Rusticus · Marcus Aurelius Philosophy Stoicism · Stoic categories · Stoic passions · Stoic physics · Neostoicism Concepts Adiaphora · Apatheia · Ataraxia · Diairesis · Eudaimonia · Katalepsis · Logos · Kathekon · Physis · Pneuma · Prohairesis Works Dialogues (Seneca) · Discourses (Epictetus) · Enchiridion (Epictetus) · Epistles (Seneca) · Meditations (Marcus Aurelius) · The Republic (Zeno)