Objects & Places from Letters from a Stoic Epistulae Morales Ad Lucilium

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Philosophy

This is the love and pursuit of wisdom.

Philology

This is the study of words.

Rome

The author describes this capitol city as polluted, crowded and unclean.

Stoicism

This philosophy advocates living in accordance with one's rational nature.

Epicureanism

This Greek philosophy has the reputation for being hedonistic although it was not intended as such.

Asthma

Symptoms of this illness include bouts of difficult breathing and coughing.

Nomentum

The air is fresher in this country residence.

Apatheia

This state of mind in which a man cannot be affected by whatever misfortune or adversity he experiences is the ideal towards which men should strive, according to Stoics.

Fortune

This notion -- an almost personal force which gives and takes away material and social favors -- is integral to ancient philosophy in general.

Suicide

The author believes this is honorable, especially when one is terminally ill or facing political...

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