On the Ends of Good and Evil

Marcus Tullius CICERO (106 - 43 BCE), translated by Harris RACKHAM (1868 - 1944)

On the Ends of Good and Evil (Latin: DE FINIBUS BONORUM ET MALORUM) discusses Skeptic, Epicurean, Stoic, Peripatetic and Academic views on the good life. Written by Marcus Tullius Cicero. Translated by Harris Rackham. (Summary by Geoffrey Edwards)

Genre(s): Ancient

Language: English

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Play 01 01 - Book I Chapters I-X (Text 1) Geoffrey Edwards
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Play 02 02 - Book I Chapters XI-XXI (Text 41) Geoffrey Edwards
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Play 03 03 - Book II Chapters I-XI (Text 79) Geoffrey Edwards
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Play 04 04 - Book II Chapters XII-XXII (Text 123) Geoffrey Edwards
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Play 05 05 - Book II Chapters XXIII-XXXV (Text 165) Geoffrey Edwards
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Play 06 06 - Book III Chapters I-X (Text 217) Geoffrey Edwards
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Play 07 07 - Book III Chapters XI-XXII (Text 255) Geoffrey Edwards
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Play 08 08 - Book IV Chapters I-XV (Text 301) Geoffrey Edwards
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Play 09 09 - Book IV Chapters XVI-XXVIII (Text 347) Geoffrey Edwards
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Play 10 10 - Book V Chapters I-XI (Text 391) Geoffrey Edwards
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Play 11 11 - Book V Chapters XII-XX (Text 429) Geoffrey Edwards
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Play 12 12 - Book V Chapters XXI-XXXII (Text 459) Geoffrey Edwards
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