Collection: Seneca 4

Seneca (c. 4 BC – AD 65) was a Roman philosopher, statesman, and playwright known for his Stoic philosophy. As an advisor to Emperor Nero, he navigated the complexities of power. Seneca's timeless essays, including "Letters to Lucilius," emphasize virtue, resilience, and the impermanence of life. His philosophical insights and enduring wisdom continue to inspire modern thinkers, making Seneca a pivotal figure in ancient Roman philosophy.