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Author Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, approximately 4 B.C.-65 A.D.

Title The stoic philosophy of Seneca : essays and letters of Seneca. / Translated and with an introd. by Moses Hadas
Edition [First edition]
Published Garden City, NY : Anchor Books / Doubleday, 1958
New York : Norton, 1968


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Description viii, 261 pages ; 18 cm
Series Doubleday anchor books, A148
Contents Introduction:--1. The shadow of a great name--2. Belles-lettres and a guiding providence--3. Life--4. The corpus--5. silver point--6. Stoicism--On providence--On the shortness of life--On tranquillity of mind--Consolation to Helvia--On clemency--Letters:--3. Frienship--5. Moderation--7. Crowds--12. Old age--18. Holidays--28. Travel--33. Maxims--41. God in man--47. Slaves--65. How many causes?--70. Suicide--76. The sole good--86. Scipio's villa--89. The subjects of philosophy--90. Philosophy and progress--92. The happy life--102. Immortality--124. Reasons and the true good
Summary A selection of essays and letters by the 1st century Roman philosopher
Analysis Philosophers - Rome - Correspondence
Philosophy - Early works to 1800
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, ca. 4 B.C.-65 A.D - Influence
Statesmen - Rome - Correspondence
Stoics - Early works to 1800
Subject Philosophy, Ancient.
Author Hadas, Moses, 1900-1966, editorand translator
LC no. 58011313
ISBN 0393004597