Glück als das höchste Ziel der Selbstbildung

Zu L. A. Senecas ›Ad Lucilium. Epistulae morales‹

In: Vierteljahrsschrift für wissenschaftliche Pädagogik
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Happines as the Ultimate Aim of Self-Education

With Reference to L. A. Seneca’s ›Ad Lucilium. Epistulae morales‹

It is not difficult to get a gist of Seneca’s theory of education from studying his collected letters ›Ad Lucilium. Epistulae morales‹. The collection focuses on the idea based on stoic philosophy that the good man (vir bonus) is a happy one and that only a good person can be permanently happy. Seneca advises his friend Lucilius on the question how to educate oneself to be good and happy.

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