Ancient Wisdom for Modern Times


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In this course, you will be introduced to the letters of Seneca. After Seneca retired from serving the court of Nero, he wrote Letters to Lucilius, his friend, exhorting him to be philosophical. These letters became classics of wisdom literature, providing guidance on topics such as the flow of time, the limits of life, how to face death, how to deal with anxiety, and other applications of philosophy. In this class, our focus will be on the first eight letters, and our discussion will centre on what remains true and applicable to us today.

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