Dying Every Day: Seneca at the Court of Nero

A high-stakes drama full of murder, madness, & tyranny

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Doug Astor
Doug AstorHunter@theezaven · product hunter-gatherer
"Through Seneca, these questions arise: How can a philosopher accumulate so much political power? How can a wise man tutor such a monster? How can an austere man aspire to (and enjoy) great wealth? How can a philosophical writer also be a passionate playwright? I’ll say it again: I loved this book. I saw how torn Seneca was between his philosophy and his Machiavellian role in politics." - @RyanHoliday
Ryan Holiday
Ryan Holiday@ryanholiday · Author, Ego is the Enemy
Great book