[PDF] Download Å Lectures and Fragments | by ☆ Musonius Rufus

By Musonius Rufus | Comments: ( 991 ) | Date: ( Jun 02, 2020 )

The lectures or discourses of Musonius Rufus 1 That There is No Need of Giving Many Proofs for One Problem 2 That Man is Born with an Inclination Toward Virtue 3 That Women Too Should Study Philosophy 4 Should Daughters Receive the Same Education as Sons 5 Which is Effective, Theory or Practice 6 On Training 7 That One Should Disdain Hardships 8 That KingsThe lectures or discourses of Musonius Rufus 1 That There is No Need of Giving Many Proofs for One Problem 2 That Man is Born with an Inclination Toward Virtue 3 That Women Too Should Study Philosophy 4 Should Daughters Receive the Same Education as Sons 5 Which is Effective, Theory or Practice 6 On Training 7 That One Should Disdain Hardships 8 That Kings Also Should Study Philosophy 9 That Exile is not an Evil 10 Will the Philosopher Prosecute Anyone for Personal Injury 11 What means of Livelihood is Appropriate for a Philosopher 12 On Sexual Indulgence 13 What is the Chief End of Marriage 14 Is Marriage a Handicap for the Pursuit of Philosophy 15 Should Every Child that is Born be Raised 16 Must One Obey One s Parents under all Circumstances 17 What is the Best Viaticum for Old Age 18 On Food 19 On Clothing and Shelter 20 On Furnishings 21 On Cutting the Hair


  • Title: Lectures and Fragments
  • Author: Musonius Rufus
  • ISBN: 9781329444591
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Hardcover

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  • John Cairns

    Apparently he's one of the four great Roman stoics who taught Epictetus and presumably taught in Latin, not Greek, since he makes a pun in Latin. Like Socrates and Epictetus, he didn't himself write anything. He's surprisingly egalitarian, even feminist but in toto his philosophy is a bit negative, inhibited; you wouldn't think there was anything positive about goodness: it's all curbed by 'reason'. It's probably appropriate to living under absolutism. It's curiously anticipant of Xian thinking, [...]


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