The Hellenistic schools of political philosophy were each, in essence, reactions to the failure of Classical Greek political philosophy to generate long-enduring polities following the Macedonian and Roman conquests, respectively. Using the works of the Skeptics, Cynics, Epicureans, and Stoics, critique at length the fundamental elements of the political philosophy of Plato or Aristotle.

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