2/30: “On discursiveness in reading”

(Continuing a series today. 30 posts reviewing Seneca’s Letters)

On discursiveness in reading, shorter
Seneca’s letters, #2

“Accordingly, since you cannot read all the books which you may possess, it is enough to possess only as many books as you can read.”

If you don’t go deep on something–like really get to know Aristotle–the you are just dancing around true knowledge. So do it. Go deep somewhere.


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