Classical / Philo Every Good Man is Free

Date: 20-50 C.E.

This work is properly only one half of a larger one, which worked out the thought suggested in the title in its two opposite aspects. Philo himself alludes to the first and missing half in the opening of the second and preserved half. A long portion of the latter (on the Essenes) is given in Euseb. Praep. evang. viii. 12.