Cicero's Tusculan Disputations, written in 45 B.C., is a discussion of various topics that had been explored by Greek philosophers. It takes the form of conversations at Cicero's Tusculan villa.
This English translation, by C.D. Yonge (1877), used to be available at ebooks.adelaide. It has been copied here and reformatted. The Latin text, as edited by M. Pohlenz (Teubner, 1918), can be found in Perseus.
The dialogue is split into five books, and links to the translation of each part of these books can be found in the following table.
|Book 1||Latin text||1.1-66||English translation||On The Contempt Of Death|
|Book 2||Latin text||2.1-67||English translation||On Bearing Pain|
|Book 3||Latin text||3.1-49||English translation||On Grief of Mind|
|Book 4||Latin text||4.1-44||English translation||On The Other Disturbances of the Mind|
|Book 5||Latin text||5.1-67||English translation||Whether Virtue Alone is Sufficient for a Happy Life|
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