On the Ends of Good and Evil


Read by Geoffrey Edwards

(3.9 stars; 10 reviews)

On the Ends of Good and Evil (Latin: DE FINIBUS BONORUM ET MALORUM) discusses Skeptic, Epicurean, Stoic, Peripatetic and Academic views on the good life. Written by Marcus Tullius Cicero. Translated by Harris Rackham. (Summary by Geoffrey Edwards) (8 hr 5 min)

Chapters

01 - Book I Chapters I-X (Text 1) 37:03 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
02 - Book I Chapters XI-XXI (Text 41) 34:50 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
03 - Book II Chapters I-XI (Text 79) 42:50 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
04 - Book II Chapters XII-XXII (Text 123) 42:10 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
05 - Book II Chapters XXIII-XXXV (Text 165) 48:17 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
06 - Book III Chapters I-X (Text 217) 38:24 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
07 - Book III Chapters XI-XXII (Text 255) 43:57 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
08 - Book IV Chapters I-XV (Text 301) 46:38 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
09 - Book IV Chapters XVI-XXVIII (Text 347) 40:53 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
10 - Book V Chapters I-XI (Text 391) 38:18 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
11 - Book V Chapters XII-XX (Text 429) 28:24 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
12 - Book V Chapters XXI-XXXII (Text 459) 43:51 Read by Geoffrey Edwards

Reviews

Staccato reading, but grateful

(3.5 stars)

thanks for reading this text! it was not an easy listen both due to the content as due to the monotone reading. The Latin pronunciation was good, as far as I could tell. I'm glad you took the time to read it.