Biography of Soción de Alejandría (50 a.C.-49 d.C.)

Greek philosopher who lived at the end of the century I B.c. and the beginning of our era. He was teacher of Seneca, who started in the ascetic practices of Pythagorean inspiration, and frugality. His thought is related to the ethical stoic in what refers to the indifference and the domain itself. He wrote in Greek, but it is difficult to reconstruct any of his writings.