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50) Stoics such as Seneca engaged in a particular type of the meditatio named praemeditatio malorum (or "premeditation of misfortunes").
These ideas about philosophy as training for death, and the control over the passions effected by spiritual exercises in general and by praemeditatio malorum in particular, can be used as a vocabulary for understanding early Christian martyr acts.