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Epictetus' Discourses, Fragments, and Enchiridion Database


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I recently made a database of Epictetus' Discourses, Fragments, and Enchiridion (w/ Translators' Notes) linked here, and (w/o Translators' Notes) linked here, that features all English translations - that I could find - in Public Domain.

In addition to Standalone versions of the:

Discourses:

w/ Notes

w/o Notes

Fragments:

w/o Notes

w/ Notes

Enchiridion:

w/o Notes

w/ Notes & Schenkl's Greek

Here, I have also linked to a folder containing resources compiled, transcribed or created by myself pertaining to those English Translations of  Epictetus' Discourses, Fragments, and Enchiridion that  appear in Public Domain.

Included are:

  • The Primary Sources I used

  • Transcription of any Primary Sources that were scans (Google Docs)

  • A table comparing the Propositional Numeration Systems used by each translator.

Enjoy!


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Richard Hawkins
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Thank you for this @oryang7 I would read this during my free time.


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gardnermcgee
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Excellent! 🙂


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frankrichardson1979
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Thank you @oryang7


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Jacob Stephens
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Thanks a lot, @oryang7. Appreciate it 🙂


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lainedunc
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@oryang7 oooh Thank you for this!


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Margaux Dizon
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I will read this after I finished Marcus Aureilus Meditations. Thanks, @oryang7


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