Seneca

“We learn not in the school, but in life.”
Lucius Annaeus Seneca, [The Younger] (c.3 BCE-AD 65)

Letters 1 – 5
Epistle 1 – Saving Time
Epistle 2 – Discursiveness in Reading
Epistle 3 – True and False Friendship
Epistle 4 – The Terrors of Death
Epistle 5 – The Philosophers Mean

Letters 6-10
Epistle 6 – Sharing Knowledge
Epistle 7 – Crowds
Epistle 8 – The Philosophers Seclusion
Epistle 9 – Philosophy and Friendship
Epistle 10 – Living to Oneself

Letters 11-15
Epistle 11 – The Blush of Modesty
Epistle 12 – Old Age
Epistle 13 – Groundless Fears
Epistle 14 – Withdrawing from the World
Epistle 15 – Brawn and Brains

Letters 16-20
Epistle 16 – Philosophy, The Guide of Life
Epistle 17 – Philosophy and Riches
Epistle 18 – Festivals and Fasting
Epistle 19 – Worldliness and Retirement
Epistle 20 – Practicing What You Preach

Leave a Reply