The ten Golden Rules: Ancient Wisdom From the Greek Philosophers on Living the Good Life
Hampton Roads Pub. Co. (2006)
Faith and reason -- Examine life -- Worry only about the things you can control -- Treasure friendship -- Experience true pleasure -- Master yourself -- Avoid excess -- Be a responsible human being -- Don't be a prosperous fool -- Don't do evil to other people -- Kindness toward others tends to be rewarded.
|Keywords||Conduct of life Philosophy, Ancient|
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|Call number||BJ1581.2.S638 2009|
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