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Seneca Volume V
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Epistles, Volume II

Epistles 66-92

Seneca

Translated by Richard M. Gummere

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HARDCOVER

$28.00 • £19.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674990852

Publication Date: 01/01/1920

Loeb

496 pages

4-1/4 x 6-3/8 inches

Index

Loeb Classical Library > Seneca > Epistles

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  • Epistles
    • 66. On Various Aspects of Virtue
    • 67. On Ill-Health and Endurance of Suffering
    • 68. On Wisdom and Retirement
    • 69. On Rest and Restlessness
    • 70. On the Proper Time to Slip the Cable
    • 71. On the Supreme Good
    • 72. On Business as the Enemy of Philosophy
    • 73. On Philosophers and Kings
    • 74. On Virtue as a Refuge from Worldly Distractions
    • 75. On the Diseases of the Soul
    • 76. On Learning Wisdom in Old Age
    • 77. On Taking One’s Own Life
    • 78. On the Healing Power of the Mind
    • 79. On the Rewards of Scientific Discovery
    • 80. On Worldly Deceptions
    • 81. On Benefits
    • 82. On the Natural Fear of Death
    • 83. On Drunkenness
    • 84. On Gathering Ideas
    • 85. On Some Vain Syllogisms
    • 86. On Scipio’s Villa
    • 87. Some Arguments in Favour of the Simple Life
    • 88. On Liberal and Vocational Studies
    • 89. On the Parts of Philosophy
    • 90. On the Part Played by Philosophy in the Progress of Man
    • 91. On the Lesson to Be Drawn from the Burning of Lyons
    • 92. On the Happy Life
  • Appendix
  • Index of Proper Names

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