Naturales guaestiones: With an English translation

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Harvard University Press, 1971 - Philosophy
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Review: Moral Essays, Volume III: de Beneficiis

User Review  - John Cairns - Goodreads

Liked it unexpectedly enough, as usual for the historical references, anecdotes of figures and insights into the patina of ordinary ancient life. The conclusion is a bit anti-climactic since it ... Read full review

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

User Review  - Simon - Goodreads

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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