The Three Philosophers is an oil on canvas attributed to the Italian High Renaissance artist Giorgione. Commissioned by the Venetian nobleman Taddeo Contarini, the painting depicts three philosophers: a young one, a middle-aged one, and an elderly one. Completed around 1509, it is considered one of Giorgione's last works, as he died a year after finishing it. The painting is currently on display at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna.
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Navigating Life’s Challenges: The Stoic Path to Living Truthfully and Rightly
"The only thing that isn’t worthless: to live this life out truthfully and rightly. And be patient with those who don’t." — Marcus Aurelius