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Lucius Annaeus Seneca (3 B.C-65 A.D.)
A biography of the Roman tragedian and analysis of his works; includes a list of related links.
Lucius Annaeus Seneca (c. 5 BC - AD 65)
Excerpts from Seneca's writings in which he explains how he became acquainted with Pythagorean abstinence from eating animal flesh.
Article on the Stoic thinker, in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Seneca the Younger
Concise essay evaluates the Roman writer as a philosopher and dramatist.
Seneca: A Thinker for Our Times
An overview of Seneca's life, death, and his significance for the history of philosophy.
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