Discourses of Epictetus by Epictetus Epictetus

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Epictetus, a great philosopher taught the importance of control over one's own mind and will, for true happiness must not depend on things one cannot control. Unlike most philosophers, Epictetus taught not for the select few, but for the many and humble. This edition contains all 4 books.
 

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Epictetus (circa 55-135 ce) taught in Rome until the year 94 ce, when Emperor Domitian banished philosophers from the city. In exile, he established a school of philosophy where his distinguished students included Marcus Aurelius, author of "Meditations". Some 1,863 years after Epictetus's death, Tom Wolfe revived his philosophy in the bestselling novel "A Man in Full".
 
Published September 19, 2006 by NuVision Publications, LLC. 312 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy, History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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