Letters from a Stoic Epistulae Morales Ad Lucilium Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What does "diurnal" mean? (from Letters CXIV, CXXII, and CXXIII)

2.

Who says there are five causes? (from Letters LXV, LXXVII, and LXXVIII)

3.

Who says there are four causes? (from Letters LXV, LXXVII, and LXXVIII)

4.

Why does Seneca say he considered suicide once? (from Letters LXV, LXXVII, and LXXVIII)

5.

What does Seneca say that many people find attractive for the wrong reasons? (from Letters CIV, CV, CVII, and CVIII)

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