An Irishman’s Introduction to Stoicism Part Three: Seneca

For the third and final introductory Stoic Meditation I have chosen Seneca and his collection of works now known as Letters from a Stoic or in its traditional Latin The Epistulae Morales ad Lucilium. Lucius Annaeus Seneca was born in the year 4 BC in Cordoba, which at the time was part of the Roman province of Hispania. Born into an aristocratic family, Seneca was raised in Rome and trained…

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Just a 23-year-old Graduate trying to find his way in the world and to share a bit of that somewhat chaotic journey here. Contact me: frankohainle23@gmail.com

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