Tusculan Disputations

It was Cicero's custom in the opportunities of his leisure to take some friends with him into the country, where, instead of amusing themselves with idle sports or feasts, their...

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The Orations Of Cicero

The fourteen orations against Marcus Antonius, to which are appended the Treatise on rhetorical invention, The Orator, Topics, On Rhetorical Partitions.

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On The Commonwealth

Cicero introduces his subject by showing that men were not born for the mere abstract study of philosophy, but that the study of philosophic truth should always be made as...

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On Friendship

"This is all I had to say on friendship. One piece of advice on parting. Make up your minds to this: Virtue (without which friendship is impossible) is first; but next to it,...

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Cicero's Brutus

The book consists of two parts. The first contains a few short, but very masterly sketches of all the Speakers who had flourished either in Greece or Rome, with any reputation of...

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On The Nature Of The Gods

There are many things in philosophy, my dear Brutus, which are not as yet fully explained to us, and particularly as you very well know that most obscure and difficult question...

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How to Win an Argument An Ancient Guide to the Art of Persuasion

All of us are faced countless times with the challenge of persuading others, whether we're trying to win a trivial argument with a friend or convince our coworkers about an...

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How to Be a Friend An Ancient Guide to True Friendship

In a world where social media, online relationships, and relentless self-absorption threaten the very idea of deep and lasting friendships, the search for true friends is more...

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How to Grow Old Ancient Wisdom for the Second Half of Life

Worried that old age will inevitably mean losing your libido, your health, and possibly your marbles too? Well, Cicero has some good news for you. In How to Grow Old, the great...

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