The Stoic

The Stoic view of free will and responsibility can be considered a kind of compatibilism, insofar as the Stoic universe is fully determined by divine pneuma, but nevertheless, they seem to have held that we are responsible for our actions. In as much detail as possible and by referencing the testimonia, explain (a) briefly, what compatibilism is, (b) the framework of primary and auxiliary causes, and how these inform Stoic compatibilism (i.e. what is the Stoic version of compatibilism?), and (c) whether this is a philosophically coherent position.

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