Moralia 16 Volumes (Volume 13 in 2 Part-Volumes)
. (Bi-lingual Text - Loeb Classical Library volumes 197,222,245,305, 306,321, 337,405,406,424, 425, 426,427,428,429, 470.) " VOLUME I. The education of children. how the young man should study poetry. on listening to lectures. how to tell a flatterer from a friend. how a man may become aware of his progress in virtue Translated by Frank C. Babbitt ,506pp. /frontispiece/index ; VOLUME II. How to profit by one's enemies. on having many friends chance. virtue and vice. letter of condolence to Apollonius. advice about keeping well. advice to bride and groom. The dinner of the seven wise men. superstition Translated by Frank C. Babbitt ,522pp. /index; VOLUME III. Sayings of kings and commanders. sayings of Romans. sayings of Spartans. the ancient customs of the Spartans. sayings of Spartan women. bravery of women Translated by Frank C. Babbitt ,612pp. /index; VOLUME IV. Roman questions. Greek questions. Greek and Roman parallel stories. on the fortune of the romans. on the fortune or the virtue of Alexander. were the Athenians more famous in war or in wisdom? Translated by Frank C. Babbitt ,566pp. index ;; VOLUME V. Isis and Osiris. the E at Delphi. the oracles at Delphi no longer given in verse. the obsolescence of oracles Translated by Frank C. Babbitt ,528pp. /index; VOLUME VI. Can virtue be taught? On moral virtue. on the control of anger. on tranquillity of mind. on brotherly love. on affection for offspring. whether vice be sufficient to cause unhappiness. whether the affections of the soul are worse than those of the body. concerning talkativeness. on being a busybody Translated by W. C. Helmbold ,540pp. /index; VOLUME VII. On love of wealth. on compliancy. on envy and hate. on praising oneself inoffensively. on the delays of the divine vengeance. on fate. on the sign of socrates. on exile. consolation to his wife Translated by Phillip H. De Lacy and Benedict Einarson ,634pp. /index ; VOLUME VIII. Table-talk, books I-VI Translated by P. A. Clement and H. B. Hoffleit ,540pp. /index; VOLUME IX. Table-talk, books VII-IX Translated by Edwin L. Minar, Jr. and F. H. Sandbach. Dialogue on love Translated by W. C. Helmbold ,466pp.. VOLUME X. Love stories. that a philosopher ought to converse especially with men in power. to an uneducated ruler. whether an old man should engage in public affairs. precepts of statecraft. on monarchy, democracy, and oligarchy. that we ought not to borrow. lives of the ten orators. summary of a comparison between Aristophanes and Menander Translated by H. N. Fowler ,504pp. /index; VOLUME XI. On the malice of Herodotus Translated by Lionel Pearson Causes of natural phenomena Translated by F. H. Sandbach ,254pp. /index; VOLUME XII. Concerning the face which appears in the orb of the moon Translated by Harold Cherniss . On the principle of cold. whether fire or water is more useful. whether land or sea animals are cleverer. beasts are rational. on the eating of flesh Translated by W. C. Helmbold ,602pp. index; VOLUME XIII, PART I. Platonic essays Translated by Harold Cherniss 1976/2nd printing/392pp. VOLUME XIII, PART II. STOIC ESSAYS Translated by Harold Cherniss ,525pp. /index;VOLUME XIV. That Epicurus actually makes a pleasant life impossible. reply to Colotes in defence of the other philosophers. is "live unknown" a wise precept? On music Translated by Benedict Einarson and Phillip H. De Lacy ,484pp. /index ; VOLUME XV. Fragments Translated by F. H. Sandbach ,434pp. /index; . all new hardbacks in fine dust jackets. WE SUPPLY THE LATEST EDITIONS/REPRINTS.
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