On the Good Life (Penguin Classics)

On the Good Life (Penguin Classics)

Marcus Tullius Cicero


For the good Roman orator and statesman Cicero, 'the reliable existence' used to be instantly a lifetime of contentment and considered one of ethical advantage - and the 2 have been inescapably intertwined. This quantity brings jointly quite a lot of his reflections upon the significance of ethical integrity within the look for happiness. In essays which are articulate, meditative and inspirational, Cicero provides his perspectives upon the importance of friendship and accountability to country and relatives, and descriptions a transparent procedure of sensible ethics that's immediately easy and common. those works provide a undying mirrored image upon the human situation, and a desirable perception into the brain of 1 of the best thinkers of old Rome.

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