A classic treatise of the philosophy of Stoicism, "Tusculan Disputations" are a series of books written by Cicero around 45 BC with the intent of popularizing philosophy in Ancient Rome. "Tusculan Disputations" consists of the following five books, which are presented here in their entirety: 1. On the Contempt of Death., 2. On Bearing Pain., 3. On Grief of Mind., 4. On Other Perturbations of the Mind., and 5. Whether Virtue Alone Be Sufficient for a Happy Life.