- I mean the Germans and all the nomad tribes that assail us along the Danube. He did not flare up, he did not avenge the wrong, he did not even forgive it, but he said that no wrong had been done. The whole mass of them will not crush him and as he withstands them singly, so will he withstand them united. "You it says, "I order to be executed because you were condemned; you, Ess1-155 ON anger,. Lewis Short, Perseus Digital Library at Tufts University : Latin Word Study Tools - ira Retrieved J Sellars - Stoicism (Routledge, ) isbn Retrieved wood - Passions and Perceptions: Studies in Hellenistic Philosophy of Mind (p.165 166) (Cambridge University Press, ) isbn Retrieved R Bett. In like manner God hardens, reviews, and disciplines those whom he approves, whom he loves.
We should live with a very calm and good- natured person - one that is never worried or captious; we adopt our habits from those with whom we associate, and as certain diseases of the body spread to others from contact, so the mind transmits. For a man to stand forth as the defender of parents, children, friends, and fellow-citizens, led merely by his sense of duty, acting voluntarily, using judgement, using foresight, moved neither by impulse nor by fury - this is noble and becoming. Is it just, I ask, that man should be subjected to severer and harsher rule than dumb beasts?
It is posible for me to walk alone without fear in any part of the city I please, though no companion attends me, though I have no sword at my house, none at my side; you, amid the peace you create, must live armed. As the hardness of certain stones is impervious to steel, and adamant cannot be cut or hewed or ground, but in turn blunts whatever comes into contact with it; certain substances cannot be consumed by fire, but, though encompassed by flame, retain their hardness and. He had a sccond son. Wild beasts which gain their food by rapine, I can believe, do so the better the angrier they are; but it is the endurance of the ox and the horse, obedient to the rein, that I would commend. Not merely to grant deliverance, but to guarantee it, when you know that there will be many to take up your quarrel and do you the favour of shedding an enemy's blood - this is really to forgive. Falsifications, false attributions and extracts - compiled during Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages has been connected to Seneca." István Pieter Bejczy, The Cardinal Virtues in the Middle Ages: A Study in Moral Thought from the Fourth to the Fourteenth Century, brill, 2011,. I know, however, that there are some who think that mercy upholds the worst class of men, since it is superfluous unless there has been some crime, and since it alone of all the virtues finds no exercise among the guiltless.
De Ira (On Anger) is a Latin work by Seneca (4 BC65 AD).
The work defines and explains anger within the context of Stoic philosophy, and offers therapeutic advice on how to prevent and control anger.
This poem is about a man who loves his country dearly.
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