Seneca: Selected Philosophical Letters: Translated with Introduction and Commentary
Clarendon Press (2007)
Seneca's Letters to Lucilius are a rich source of information about ancient Stoicism, an influential work for early modern philosophers, and a fascinating philosophical document in their own right. This selection of the letters aims to include those which are of greatest philosophical interest. In addition to examining the philosophical content of each letter, Brad Inwood's commentary discusses their literary and historical background
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