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The earliest print of it that I have seen is that appended to the Enchiridion, &c. Basle, 1518.

The Oxford ReformersFrederic Seebohm

This is a valuable commentary on the Enchiridion by Simplicius, who lived in the time of the emperor Justinian.

Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius AntoninusMarcus Aurelius Antoninus

His Enchiridion ethicum and Enchiridion metaphysicum were the text books of the school.

CambridgeMildred Anna Rosalie Tuker

Was there, then, any objection to his works: the Enchiridion, the Adagia?

Erasmus says that the Enchiridion attracted little attention at first, but afterward had a great sale.

Nothing could be more distinct than his declarations in the Enchiridion and now, quite recently, in the Adages.

A copy of the Enchiridion of Epictetus fell into our hands, and after studying it faithfully, we rejected Stoicism.

Erasmus himself afterwards confessed that the Enchiridion was born by chance.

A remarkable difference between the Discourses and the Enchiridion should be mentioned.

The whole tone of the Enchiridion, for example, is to emphasise the function of the individual conscience in determining action.

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