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A Selection From The Discourses Of Epictetus With The Encheiridion

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Epictetus


Excerpts: [... to be destroyed? By no means say so, but speak rather in this way: This man who has been mistaken and deceived about the most important things, ...... lose that which is your own. Having such promptings and commands from Zeus, what kind do you still ask from me? Am I more powerful than he, am I more ...... trouble have I, what master have I still? What then, ought we to publish ...]
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Ojennusnuora

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Epictetus


Excerpts: [... kirjastonhoitajana, konttoristina, y. m. perheen toimissa. Eika hanen tilansa ja asemansa ollut alempi tai huonompi kuin vastaavissa toimissa meidan ...... filosofista sivistystansa, yrittaessaan jakaa oppiansa epailematta monille opinhaluisille. Roomasta karkoitettuna han Nikopoliissa sai vapaasti ...... Itse kirjoittamiansa ei han ole, niinkuin jo on sanottu, jattanyt, vaan mita ...]
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The Discources

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Epictetus


Summary: [The Discources by Epictetus. Epictetus Greek AD. 55-AD. 135 was a Greek Stoic philosopher. He was probably born a slave at Hierapolis Phrygia present day Pamukkale Turkey and lived in Rome until his exile to Nicopolis in northwestern Greece where he lived most of his life and died. His teachings were noted down and published by his pupil Arrian in his Discourses. Philosophy he taught is a way of ...]
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The Enchiridion

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Epictetus


Summary: [The Enchiridion Manual or Handbook of Dietrich Philips is alternatively titled THE HAND BOOK OF THE Christian Doctrine and Religion compiled (by the grace of God) from the Holy Scriptures for the benefit of all lovers of the Truth. The Enchiridion had passed through numerous editions in the Dutch -- in which it was originally written and published -- and later in German as well as in French. The ...]
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The Golden Sayings

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Epictetus


Excerpts: [... with others, either in the way of conversation, entertainment, or simple familiarity, he must either become like them, or change them to his own ...... I give in my adhesion to what I did before nor has my mode of dealing with the things of sense undergone any change. The Golden Sayings CX ...... if the substance whereof it is fashioned: a certain period indeed there needs must be,...]
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The Golden Sayings Of Epictetus

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Epictetus


Excerpts: [... the contrary. Why, what am I?-A wretched human creature with this miserable flesh of mine. Miserable indeed! but you have something better than that ...... weep about to-morrow's food. Slave! if you have it, well and good if not, you will depart: the door is open-why lament? What further room is there for ...... to his will, and whom none can hinder. What then, is freedom madness? ...]
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