How to Pronounce seneca?

Correct pronunciation for the word "seneca" is [sˈɛnɛkə], [sˈɛnɛkə], [s_ˈɛ_n_ɛ_k_ə].

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"Seneca" in context

Seneca is a Roman philosopher, politician, advisor and writer during the times of Nero. His works have greatly influenced many disciplines, including ethics, psychology and economics. He was renowned for his Stoic philosophy, which focused on endurance against adversity and living in accordance with nature. He was also known for his discourses on leadership and his ethical writings, which focused on natural law and practical ethics. Seneca is known for his works such as De Providentia and Ad Helviam.

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