Discourses and Enchiridion

Discourses and Enchiridion

Book - 1944
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Publisher: New York, Pub. for the Classics club by W. J. Black [c1944]
Branch Call Number: 188 EP4D
Characteristics: xv, 352 p. 20 cm

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Apr 16, 2011

Epictetus' Discourses are a better
read than the modern philosophers because he talks
about topics that have an effect
on our Reason, more than on our
opinions. He even makes a
distinction between Reason and
emotion or Mood, saying that each is independent of the other so that Reason cannot control
whether we desire or have a feeling of aversion towards something. This only stands to
Reason. I recommend the Discourses of Epictetus to anyone
with an interest in philosophy.

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