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Title: Iram dixerunt brevem insaniam, czyli o gniewie jako szaleństwie w dialogu De ira Seneki Młodszego
Other Titles: Iram dixerunt brevem insaniam or, anger as insanity, in Seneca the Younger’s dialogue De ira
Authors: Budzanowska, Dominika
Keywords: Seneca the Younger
Stoicism
anger
madness
De ira
Issue Date: 30-Jun-2013
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Poznańskiego Towarzystwa Przyjaciół Nauk
Citation: Symbolae Philologorum Posnaniensium, 2013, nr XXIII/1, s. 57-70.
Abstract: Lucius Annaeus Seneca, one of the greatest philosophers of ancient Rome, described affect of anger in his dialogue De ira (On Anger). Philosopher said, this emotion is impetuous, abhorrent and irrational. Seneca named anger as short madness and sickness, which leads to madness and death quickly. Insane and person, who is angry, behave the same and must be cured immediately.
Description: Seneca Minor, Stoicus Romanus, in dialogo suo De ira, qui tres libros continet, descrpsit hunc adfectum. Iam in dialogi principio iram adfectum maxime ex omnibus taetrum ac rabidum nominat. Putat eam brevem insaniam esse, quia rationi non pareat. Etiam irascentium et furentium eadem signa sunt. Philosophus nullam celeriorem ad insaniam viam esse opinatur. Ira, ut Seneca dicit, maximum malum, quod genitum erat in exitium hominum, et omnia exsuperans vitia est. Hunc totum adfectum ut morbum sanari et removeri oportet.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10593/12179
ISSN: 0302-7384
Appears in Collections:Symbolae Philologorum Posnaniensium, 2013, nr XXIII/1

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