280 pages / 150 * 225mm / 532g
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About This Book
A book written by Boethius, a statesman and philosopher of the ancient Roman Empire, while waiting for the day when he was sent to exile and executed in prison under false charge. It contains deep insights into life and comfort, that is, no matter how extreme the situation in life is, just follow the course of things we do. And say that the true happiness of man lies in living up to our reason.
It consists of a dialogue with the goddess of philosophy. The conversation deals with the topics of life, fate and true happiness, the best, God's providence and destiny, God's providence and free will, etc. The format of the book's dialogue was taken from Plato and Kicero, but there is one notable difference between Boetius and the two. Boethius combined poetry with prose.