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Book Launch: Ilsetraut Hadot, Sénèque

Book Launch Ilsetraut Hadot, Sénèque: Direction spirituelle et pratique de 
la philosophie, Paris: Librairie philosophique J. VRIN, 2014
Avec Jean-Baptiste Gourinat (Centre Léon Robin, Paris)
5 May 2015, 18:30, iSpace (G-11)
The American University of Paris
147 rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris

Every classicist in Germany knows Ilsetraut Hadot’s seminal dissertation
Seneca und die Tradition der griechisch-römischen Seelenleitung, completed
1965 at the Freie Universität Berlin and published in 1969. After moving to
France, Ilsetraut Hadot turned in other directions and wrote extensively on
the history of the Liberal Arts and Neoplatonism. It was her husband Pierre
Hadot who took up the thread with his research on ancient philosophy as a
way of life, most notably in a monograph Exercices spirituels et philosophie
antique of 1981, whose influence on Michel Foucault’s readings of ancient
philosophy and Seneca is well known. 

After several invitations to publish a French translation, Ilsetraut Hadot
has at last found the time to make her original research available to a
wider public in a completely revised and updated version. 

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