Naturales guaestiones: With an English translation

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Harvard University Press, 1971 - Philosophy
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Review: Epistles 1-65 (Loeb Classical LibraryŽ)

User Review  - Ted - Goodreads

These are the ramblings of a curmudgeonly old Senator who quit politics so he could spend his days sitting around his villa, outside ancient Naples, thinking about death. At one point, he opts to ... Read full review

Review: Moral Essays, Vol 1: de Providentia/de Constantia/de ira/de Clementia

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This collection of Seneca's moral essays is less philosophical discourse, more ancient Roman self-help book: simple, uncomplicated, didactic advice for princes, lawmakers, and citizens about how to deal with anger, providence, firmness, etc. A good introduction to some of the ideas of Stoicism. Read full review

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