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A work of philosophy by Cicero, written in the last year of his life. Arguably one of the most influential literary works to come out of the Roman world, the views expressed being adopted by later thinkers in the middle ages and early modern period.
- de officiis in Latin at the Latin Library.
- de officiis text of the 1913 Walter Miller translation in the Loeb editionn.