Author:Justus Lipsius

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Justus Lipsius

Flemish philologist, philosopher and humanist; Latinized name of Joest (Juste or Josse) Lips

Justus Lipsius


  • Variarum Lectionum Libri Tres (1567)
  • De Constantia Libri Duo, Qui alloquium praecipue continent in Publicis malis (1584)
  • On Constancy / De Constantia, edited by John Sellars and translated by John Stradling (1594)
  • Politicorum sive Civilis Doctrinae Libri Sex (1589)
  • De militia romana (1595)
  • Admiranda, sive de Magnitudine Romana Libri Quattuor (1598)
  • De bibliothecis syntagma (1602)
  • Manuductionis ad Stoicam Philosophiam Libri Tres, L. Annaeo Senecae, aliisque scriptoribus illustrandis (1604)
  • Annaei Senecae Philosophi Opera, Quae Exstant Omnia, A Iusto Lipsio emendata, et Scholiis illustrata (1605)

Works about Lipsius[edit]

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