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    Epictetus (2004). Discourses. Courier Dover Publications.
    The Discourses report wide-ranging discussions between Epictetus and his students.
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    Epictetus, A Selection From the Discourses of Epictetus with the Encheiridion.
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  3. Christopher Epictetus, Gill & Epictetus (1995). The Discourses of Epictetus. Monograph Collection (Matt - Pseudo).
     
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    Epictetus, Golden Sayings.
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    Epictetus, The Golden Sayings of Epictetus.
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  6. Adolf Bonhöffer & Epictetus (1890). Epictet Und Die Stoa.
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    A. A. Long, Epictetus & M. Billerbeck (1981). Vom Kynismus. Journal of Hellenic Studies 101:163.
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    Epictetus (2014). Discourses, Fragments, Handbook. OUP Oxford.
    This is the only complete modern translation of Epictetus's Discourses, together with the Handbook and fragments. A major work of Stoic practical ethics, the Discourses teach that the basis of happiness is up to us. This accessible new translation is accompanied by a full introduction and thorough notes.
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    Epictetus (2004). Enchiridion. Courier Dover Publications.
    A first-century Stoic, Epictetus argued that we will always be happy if we learn to desire that things should be exactly as they are. His Enchiridion distills his teachings to illuminate a way to a tranquil life.
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  10. Hieronymus Epictetus, Arnold Cebes, Simplicius, Arrian & Wolf (1595). Epicteti Stoici Philosophi Encheiridion Item,Cebetis Thebani Tabula de Vita Humana Prudenter Instituenda. Accessere, Simplicij in Eundem Epicteti Libellum Doctissima Scholia. Arriani Commentariorum de Epicteti Disputationibus Libri Quatuor. Item, Nonnulla Alia Eiusdem Argumenti in Studiosorum Gratiam. [REVIEW] In Officina Birckmannica, Sumtibus Arnoldi Mylij.
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    Epictetus (1999). The Encheiridion of Epictetus and Its Three Christian Adaptations. BRILL.
    The first part of this book gives a full account of the textual tradition of Epictetus' "Encheiridion" and of its three Christian adaptations. The second part consists of critical editions of the four texts.
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  12. Epictetus (2009). Tutte le Opere: Diatribe, Manuale, Frammenti, Gnomologio. Bompiani.
    Diatribe -- Manuale -- Frammenti -- Gnomologio.
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  13. Epictetus (1964). The Moral Discourses of Epictetus. New York, Washington Square Press.
     
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  14. Epictetus (1931). The Noble Thoughts of Epictetus. Boston, L.C. Page and Company.
     
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  15. Epictetus (1955). The Philosophy of Epictetus. New York, Philosophical Library.
     
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  16. Epictetus (2003). Virtue and Happiness: The Manual of Epictetus. Shambhala Publications.
    Claude Mediavilla brings to the Greek text his training as both a painter and calligrapher, marrying modern variants of both medium and style with classical forms in a way that brings Epictetus’ words to life with beauty and startling immediacy. Calligraphy (from the Greek for "beautiful writing") is an art where word and image meet, where the artist strives to give visual expression to the meaning of words in a way that transcends the text while remaining completely faithful to it. (...)
     
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  17. Theophrastus, Marcus Aurelius, Epictetus, Simplicius & Cebes (1877). Theophrasti Characteres. Marci Antonini Commentarii. Epicteti Dissertationes Ab Arriano Literis Mandatae, Fragmenta, Et Enchiridion Cum Commentario Simplicii. Cebetis Tabula. Maximi Tyrii Dissertationes : Graece Et Latine Cum Indicibus. [REVIEW] Editore Ambrisio Firmin-Didot.
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