Jasmemphis asked:

How is Tim Ferriss qualified to interpret Seneca's letters? For me, there is something lost in reading the letters using someone else's "voice"/interpretation .

Lan I would not say Tim Ferriss is qualified or he isn't. But he seems clearly passionate about the work of Seneca and was inspired enough to provide his own take on the materials, not to mention sharing it for free to everyone.
Since you find things lost when reading someone else's voice. Then I suppose you're also learning a whole new language whenever you're approaching foreign or ancient texts?
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