Complete works edit
- All the Works of Epictetus, Which Are Now Extant; Consisting of His Discourses, Preserved by Arrian, in Four Books, the Enchiridion, and Fragments, trans. by Elizabeth Carter (1759)
- The Works of Epictetus. Consisting of His Discourses, in Four Books, trans. by Thomas Wentworth Higginson (1865)
- The Discourses of Epictetus; with the Encheiridion and Fragments translated by George Long. (1877)
- Epictetus. The Discourses and Manual, together with fragments of his writings, trans. by Percy Ewing Matheson (1916)
- The Discourses as reported by Arrian, the Manual, and Fragments translated by W. A. Oldfather. 2 vols. (1925/8)
Works about Epictetus edit
- Dialogue between the Emperor Hadrian and Epictetus the Philosopher, by Anonymous, 2nd or 3rd century
- Conversation on Epictetus and Montaigne, by Blaise Pascal
- “Epictetus and Seneca”, by Walter Savage Landor, in Imaginary Conversations of Greeks and Romans, 1885.
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