Works attributed to Seneca include a dozen philosophical essays, one hundred and twenty-four letters dealing with moral issues, nine tragedies, and a satire, the attribution of which is disputed. His authorship of Hercules on Oeta has also been questioned.

  1. De Providentia (On providence) - addressed to Lucilius
  2. De Constantia Sapientis (On the Firmness of the Wise Person) - addressed to Serenus
  3. De Ira (On anger) – A study on the consequences and the control of anger - addressed to his brother Novatus
  4. Ad Marciam, De consolatione (To Marcia, On Consolation) – Consoles her on the death of her son
  5. De Vita Beata (On the Happy Life) - addressed to Gallio


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