The Lives of the Ancient Philosophers

François FÉNELON (1651 - 1715)

François Fénelon became a priest in 1675, Archbishop of Paris in 1679, was spiritual advisor to Madame Guyon, and was appointed tutor to Louis, Duke of Burgundy (1682-1712) by Louis XIV in 1689. He wrote Dialogues of the Dead, and The Lives of the Ancient Philosophers as well as The Adventures of Telemachus expressly for his instruction. Fenelon wrote against the Jansenists and in favor of the Jesuits. He is also known for his Christian Perfection: Devotional Reflections on the Christian Life and Treatise on the Education of Girls.. - Summary by Wikipedia

Genre(s): *Non-fiction, Ancient

Language: English

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Play 01 Life of Fenelon Part 1 Linda Johnson
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Play 02 Life of Fenelon Part 2 Linda Johnson
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Play 03 Thales Craig Campbell
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Play 04 Solon Part 1 Craig Campbell
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Play 05 Solon Part 2 Craig Campbell
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Play 06 Pittacus Craig Campbell
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Play 07 Bias Craig Campbell
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Play 08 Periander Craig Campbell
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Play 09 Chilo Craig Campbell
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Play 10 Cleobulus Craig Campbell
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Play 11 Epimenides Craig Campbell
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Play 12 Anacharsis Craig Campbell
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Play 13 Pythagoras Craig Campbell
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Play 14 Heraclitus Craig Campbell
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Play 15 Anaxagoras Craig Campbell
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Play 16 Democritus Craig Campbell
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Play 17 Empedocles Craig Campbell
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Play 18 Socrates timli
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Play 19 Plato Craig Campbell
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Play 20 Antisthenes Gillian Hendrie
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Play 21 Aristippus Craig Campbell
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Play 22 Aristotle Mayah
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Play 23 Xenocrates Patrick Saville
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Play 24 Diogenes Part 1 Gerwin Kramer
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Play 25 Diogenes Part 2 Linda Johnson
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Play 26 Crates Patrick Saville
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Play 27 Pyrrho Craig Campbell
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Play 28 Bion Craig Campbell
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Play 29 Epicurus Part 1 kingkenry
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Play 30 Epicurus Part 2 Craig Campbell
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Play 31 Zeno Gillian Hendrie
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