Lucius Annaeus Seneca, Naturales Quaestiones [Natural Questions]

Myrto Garani (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)
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(Gercke 1907; Oltramare 1929; Maurach 1965; Waibliger 1977; Stahl 1987; Grimal 1989; Gross 1989; Parroni 2001; Parroni 2002; Williams 2012). The work deals with specific physical themes, which traditionally belong to the domain of meteorology. It is the most complete extant exposition of Stoic natural philosophy. Seneca interweaves physics with morality and underlines the relationship between God and man (Inwood 2002).

(Gercke 1907; Oltramare 1929; Maurach 1965; Waibliger 1977; Stahl 1987; Grimal 1989; Gross 1989; Parroni 2001; Parroni 2002; Williams 2012). The work deals with specific physical themes, which traditionally belong to the domain of meteorology. It is the most complete extant exposition of Stoic natural philosophy. Seneca interweaves physics with morality and underlines…

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Citation: Garani, Myrto. "Naturales Quaestiones". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 22 December 2013 [https://www.litencyc.com/php/sworks.php?rec=true&UID=35206, accessed 19 June 2024.]

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