"For classical scholars who wish to take an integrative approach to him, Reading Seneca
provides invaluable guidance to an essential part of the whiole. For those who remain skeptical of Seneca's worth as a philosopher, Inwood's sober assessments of Seneca's achivements, his shortcomings and the inspiration they have provided to later thinkers should provide powerful inducement to take seriously as a philosopher this 'literary genius--or a man who thought himself one."--Amanda Wilcox, Reviews in Metaphysics
About the Author
Brad Inwood is at Departments of Classics and Philosophy, University of Toronto.