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Moral Letters to Lucilius, Vol. 1 | [Seneca]

Moral Letters to Lucilius, Vol. 1

This audiobook contains the first 65 letters of Seneca's series of Stoic philosophic explorations, covering subjects as far reaching as fame, death, travel, and asthma. Heavily referenced and quoted by many, the full text is read for you, unabridged.
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This audiobook contains the first 65 letters of Seneca's series of Stoic philosophic explorations, covering subjects as far reaching as fame, death, travel, and asthma. Heavily referenced and quoted by many, the full text is read for you, unabridged.

Public Domain (P)2012 One Tusk Industries LLC

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    I found out about Seneca from reading Tim Ferriss' books, and I am so glad I followed up and got this Audible presentation.

    Seneca had a crazy boss: The Roman Emperor Nero. But Seneca was able, till the last, to administer the Roman Empire. Seneca's philosophy is born of life experience at the highest levels of human existence.

    For anyone who is interested in a deeper understanding of life, life that is not made up, I highly recommend this book.

    The book is set up as letters to a friend so you don't have to worry about a wall of inscrutable words, and you should know this text is Not inscrutable!

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    What would have made Moral Letters to Lucilius, Vol. 1 better?

    It would have been better if I could download the file. I get an error about having the wrong profile. Even the help button doesn't get me any help. This is the first time I ordered an audio to go with a kindle book, it's also the last time.


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