Cicero: De senectute, De amicitia, De divinatione

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W. Heinemann, 1923 - Divination - 567 pages
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Review: De finibus bonorum et malorum

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A classic and necessary sourcebook for anyone wanting to understand the debates between the philosophers of the Stoa and the Garden Read full review

Review: On the Nature of the Gods. Academics

User Review  - Jackson Cyril - Goodreads

Cicero examines the existing religious (and philosophical) currents of the day, offering critiques on them and their justifications. Some of his arguments against God are surprisingly fresh, and many of his arguments for the existence of the divine are still used today to justify God. Read full review

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Introduction
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Text and Translation
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DE AMICITIA
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