Hiero by Xenophon,the Athenian historian, soldier and mercenary, and a student of Socrates.This book is a minor work by Xenophon, set as a dialogue between Hiero, tyrant of Syracuse, and the lyric poet Simonides about 474 BC. In it Xenophon argues that a tyrant does not have any more access to happiness than a private person.
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by on September 24, 2016
- Star Lamp, June 2016
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