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Seneca’s dialogues and consolations, including “On Benefits,” examine living life through the lens of Stoic philosophy.

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To Marcia, on Consolation
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On Anger
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Book II
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Book III
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To Helvia, on Consolation
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To Polybius, on Consolation
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On the Shortness of Life
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On Leisure
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On Peace of Mind
I: (Serenus)
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On Providence
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On the Firmness of the Wise Person
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On a Happy Life
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On Clemency
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Book II
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On Benefits
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Book II
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Book III
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Book IV
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Book V
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Book VI
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Book VII
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