Quintus Curtius is the pen name of writer and translator George J. Thomas. After graduating from MIT in 1990, he served as an active duty officer in the US Marine Corps for a number of years. After leaving active service, he enrolled in law school and began practicing law in 1998. He lives in Overland Park, Kansas. His innovative and groundbreaking translations include Cicero's On Moral Ends, On Duties, Stoic Paradoxes, Sallust's The Conspiracy of Catiline and War of Jugurtha, and Cornelius Nepos's Lives of the Great Commanders. Curtius has also written extensively on moral philosophy, ethics, and historical subjects. His penetrating essay collections explore questions of character, leadership, and adversity that have never been more relevant to the modern era. These books include Thirty-Seven, Pantheon, and Pathways. Using examples from history, personal experience, literature, and philosophy, these unique books have been described as "inexplicably inspiring." He can be found at www.qcurtius.com.Read more Read less
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