Unabridged version of Enchiridion, by Epictetus, and translated by George Long, with footnotes. In this classic Epictetus teaches that philosophy is not just thought, but life in practice.
Born into slavery, and later freed, he tells what he learned across his varied life both in paragraph and parable form. Included here are just the Encheiridion and Fragments portions from The Discourses of Epictetus, with the Encheiridion and Fragments.
Epictetus influenced many both past and present, including Marcus Aurelius, who quotes Epictetus in his classic book Meditations.
Read the resonating knowledge that has come from 2000 years ago, in this affordably printed volume.
Table of Contents
A LIFE OF EPICTETUS 3
THE ENCHEIRIDION, OR MANUAL 5
FRAGMENTS OF EPICTETUS 18