Tag Seneca The Younger

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The Risk in the Educational Strategy of Seneca

The Risk in the Educational Strategy of Seneca

Journal of Ancient Philosophy Vol. V 2011 Issue 1 The Risk in the Educational Strategy of Seneca Stefano Maso (Università Ca Foscari, Venice) To his pupil Nero…
The Imagery of Morality in Senecas Prose-Works

The Imagery of Morality in Senecas Prose-Works

McMaster University DigitalCommons@McMaster Open Access Dissertations and Teses Open Dissertations and Teses 6-1-1985 Te Imagery of Morality in Seneca's…
Séneca, ensayos morales

Séneca, ensayos morales

THE LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY EDITED BY T. E. E. CAPPS, PH.D., LL.D. PAGE, UTT.D. W. H. D. ROUSE, litt.d. SENECA MORAL ESSAYS I i: ipssr^^ SENECA MOEAL ESSAYS WITH AN…
Seneca's Concept of a Supreme Being in His Philosophical Essays and Letters

Seneca's Concept of a Supreme Being in His Philosophical Essays and Letters

Loyola University Chicago Loyola eCommons Master's Teses Teses and Dissertations 1947 Seneca's Concept of a Supreme Being in His Philosophical Essays and Leters…
quotes from seneca

quotes from seneca

Quotes from Lucius Annaeus Seneca (c. 4 BC – AD 65) Seneca was a Roman Stoic philosopher, statesman and dramatist. He was the tutor and later advisor to Emperor…
Roman Monarchy and the Renaissance Prince

Roman Monarchy and the Renaissance Prince

This page intentionally left blank ROMAN MONARCHY AND THE RENAISSANCE PRINCE Beginning with a sustained analysis of Seneca’s theory of monarchy in the treatise…
Robert Stephen Wagoner-Curing Human Misery_ A Study of Seneca's Moral Philosophy-University of Arizona (2011).pdf

Robert Stephen Wagoner-Curing Human Misery_ A Study of Seneca's Moral Philosophy-University of Arizona (2011).pdf

1 CURING HUMAN MISERY: A STUDY OF SENECA‟S MORAL PHILOSOPHY by Robert Stephen Wagoner _____________________ Copyright © Robert Stephen Wagoner 2011 A…
Rome, The Cosmos, And the Emperor in Seneca's Natural Questions

Rome, The Cosmos, And the Emperor in Seneca's Natural Questions

Rome, the Cosmos, and the Emperor in Seneca's Natural Questions Author(s): Harry M. Hine Source: The Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 96 (2006), pp. 42-72…
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