Letters from a Stoic Epistulae Morales Ad Lucilium Topics for Discussion

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Is Lucilius real or fictional?

Explain why Seneca believes that the philosopher ought to follow social conventions.

If a Stoic does not care about pain, why is it acceptable for a person to end his life to alleviate suffering?

Explain how a Stoic can be completely self-sufficient and yet still need friends.

Explain how Seneca's social circumstances influence his philosophy.

Why does Seneca not want to attribute technological innovations to philosophers?

Explain the relationship between God and fortune.

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