I - That there is no need of giving many proofs for one problem.
II - That man is born with an inclination towards virtue.
III - That women too should study philosophy.
IV - Should daughters receive the same training as sons?
V - Which is more effective, theory or practice?
VI - On training
VII - That one should disdain hardships
VIII - That kings also should study philosophy
IX - That exile is not an evil
X - Will the philosopher prosecute anyone for personal injury?
XI - What means of livelihood are appropriate for a philosopher?
XII - On sexual indulgence.
XIIIA - What is the chief end of marriage?
XIIIB - What is the chief end of marriage?
XIV - Is marriage a handicap for the pursuit of philosophy?
XV - Should every child born be raised?
XVI - Must one obey one's parents under all circumstances?
XVII - What is the best viaticum for old age?
XVIIIA - On food
XVIIIB - On food
XIX - On clothing and shelter
XX - On furnishings
XXI - On cutting the hair