Letters from a Stoic
Lucius Annaeus Seneca
Experience the spiritual and philosophical wisdom of the Stoic philosophy through the letters of a true master. Written by a conflicted minister in Nero's court, these letters provide insight into upstanding Stoic ideals and a good way of life. Spiritual and progressive for their time, these letters offer criticism of harsh treatment of slaves and the barbaric shows in the arena. Enjoy the pointed and philosophical style of the Latin Silver Age in these essays disguised as letters to Lucilium.
The author is an outstanding thinker and this is, I think, one of his most accesible books. – source
2020-02-27T13:11:06.000ZA thread on my notes and highlights from the book "Letters from a Stoic" by Seneca. Written in around 65 AD, the book is a literary masterpiece, and has had a great influence on me. I try to re-read it at least once a year. (1/n) – source