De Consolatio Philosophiae
Type: Tractatus
Language: Latin
Topic: Philosophiae
Quality: 10
Level: N/A
Author: Boethius

De Consolatio Philosophiae or "Consolation of Philosophy" is a work by Boethius written in the 6th century. It takes the form of a long dialogue between the narrator (Boethius himself,) and Lady Philosophy, delving into such subjects as predestination, free will and the existence of evil in the world.

The book is a tractatus on Philosophiae, written in Latin, with a quality of 10.

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