Book IV

I. Of freedom.

II. Of social intercourse.

III. What things should be exclianged for what things?

IV. To those who have set their heart.s upon living in peace.

V. Against the contentious and brutal.

VI. To those who are vexed at being pitied.

VII. Of freedom from fear.

VIII. To those who hastily assume the guise of the philosophers.

IX. To the man who had become shameless.

X. What ought we to despise and on what place a high value ?

XI. Of cleanliness.

XII. Of attention.

XIII. To those who liglitly talk about their own affairs.