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Consolation of Philosophy (Version 2)

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In Consolation of Philosophy (Version 2) by Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius, the author presents a thought-provoking dialogue between himself and Lady Philosophy that delves into the nature of happiness, free will, and the omnipotence of God. Through their discussions, Boethius grapples with his own feelings of despair and loss, ultimately finding solace in the wisdom and guidance of Philosophy.

The book is filled with timeless philosophical insights that remain relevant to readers today. Boethius seamlessly weaves together classical philosophical ideas with Christian beliefs, creating a rich and nuanced exploration of the human experience. His writing is both elegant and profound, making this book a compelling read for anyone interested in deepening their understanding of philosophy and theology.

While some may find the dense, philosophical content challenging to digest, those who persevere will be rewarded with a profound sense of enlightenment and comfort. Boethius' Consolation of Philosophy is a timeless classic that continues to resonate with readers centuries after its initial publication.

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The Consolation of Philosophy was written about 524 A.D. and has been called one of the most popular and influential books ever written. The book is presented as a dialogue between Boethius, the author, and Lady Philosophy, his tutor. Through her teaching, Boethius learns the true nature of fortune, misfortune, wealth, good, and evil.This dramatic reading is an attempt to present this wonderful work in an audio format while maintaining the dialogic structure of the work. Cast ListBoethius, the Narrator: Larry WilsonPhilosophy: Devorah AllenHeadings and Footnotes: KevinS

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