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Other scholars, however, have proposed different schemes of correspondences: Every book has more or less the same overall length so that the number of letters varies in each of them — and this is the only fixed element in the accounts proposed so far.
His father, Lucius Senecs Seneca see Vol. A Philosopher in Politics, Oxford; Grimal All ten tragedies are believed genuine, with the exception of Octavia, which is now considered to be by a later writer.
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Seneca was born in Spain of a wealthy Italian family. Many letters begin with a humorous story and are full of ironic images and expressions. After these general observations, we can propose some particular considerations on defined groups or single relevant letters in order to give a — far from exhaustive – idea of the variety of contents, with particular regard to philosophical topics. Seneca retired as much as possible from public life caetas devoted himself to philosophy, writing many treatises at this time.
First of all, variation can be observed in the vocabulary about which see Bourgery ; Grimal La lettera 70 a Lucilio, a c.
In other words, he was someone who could not proclaim philosophy as his only activity without the blame of a society in which nobles had to be first of all men of affairs, and philosophy could be not much more than a pastime. EM 82; Hamacherand thus also how not to fear natural phenomena even if they are causes of death.
Aldo Setaioli ; see also Cugusi, following previous studies, argues convincingly that the letters form a unitary corpus, handed down in the original chronological order, as demonstrated by some internal references e. The most important work about this topic is still Traina ; see also Summersxlii-xcv; Cancik Remember me on this computer. This variety serves to explain, clarify and unify anecdotes, philosophy and exhortation, so that the reader s easily follow, understand and memorize both complex philosophical reasoning and moral exhortations.
With regard to Greek words and concepts, Seneca adopts different strategies, varying from transliteration Von Albrecht, Wort und Wandlung. The first position appears more reasonable than the second, for the reasons given above.
In spite of the fame of this text, many important issues have remained unresolved. Every reader can identify with such an addressee.
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The longest letters, however, occur in book 15 and not in the last book 20while letter in book 16 has only five paragraphs, and letter only eight. We always observe that the negative pole of an alternative is given much more space than the positive one.
All ten tragedies are believed genuine, with the exception of Octavia, which is now considered to be by a later writer. Scarpat, Brescia; Schafer Even in the field of cartsa, theoretical considerations such as the philosophical basis for ethical exhortations are in most cases implicit only; instead of raising such questions explicitly, Seneca focuses on practical advices about what exactly we Lucilius and thus also the readers have to do.
In this way, the reader is gradually involved by the author, who at first puts the reader on the same footing as himself nosand then talks about general questions, confining the presence of the reader to some objections to the argumentation, while at the end he re-establishes the hierarchical relationship between teacher and pupil tuby telling Lucilius what he has to do. BellincioniSchafer ; some letters in the last book discuss specific Stoic questions, such as the origin of the Stoic concept of fartas good EM or self-perception of animals EM Addressee Lucilius Iunior, known to us only through Senecan libroo, is the addressee of the EM, Naturales Quaestiones and De providentia, but only in the EM and in the praefatio to the book 4a of the Naturales Quaestiones can we find some information about him.
We can find a similar flexibility, with analogous aims, as concerns other stylistic features as well.
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After the first five years of Seeneca reign, Agrippina was murdered and three years later Octavia, Nero’s wife, was exiled. All the same, suffering is always present, and nearly all letters end with considerations concerning death, a death which the reader feels here transposed from philosophical argumentation to tragic, existential experience.
They serve to express contradictions and correspondences between reality and appearance, the equivalence between apparently opposite concepts 1. Seneca’s grisly tragedies fascinated the Renaissance and have been successfully performed in recent years. Or we can read an exposition of doctrines concerning the four causes EM Traina, Lo stile “drammatico” del filosofo Seneca, Bologna 1 ; von Albrecht For information on making internet links to this page and electronic or print reproduction, please read Linking and Reproducing.
Maybe this is his most important lesson.