A probably apocryphal text, this Manual of Epictetus is a discourse on the virtues of the Philosopher in very simple terms, which in fact apply to all humans. Undoubtedly one of the first developmental texts in History, the author explains the ideas and habits that a person who wants to find the truth must seek within and outside himself, as a true Stoic. Even in the 20th century, he strongly influenced philosophers through his texts, such as Alain, for example.
A practical, action-oriented philosophy that demonstrates a real love of wisdom.
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