Epictetus his morals, with Simplicius his comment

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Statementmade English from the Greek by George Stanhope ....
ContributionsSimplicius, of Cilicia., Stanhope, George, 1660-1728.
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Pagination[12],xxxiv,[4],337,[5]p. ;
Number of Pages337
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Paperback.Simplicius starts from a Platonic definition of the person as rational soul, not body, ignoring Epictetus' further whittling down of himself to just his will or policy decisions. He selects certain topics for special attention in chapters 1, 8, 27 and Things are up to us, despite Fate.