A dialogue between Socrates the stick and Aurelius the angel about evil.
Socrates the stick and the deer Charmide and Mickael discuss the occult power of Niccolò the serpent.
Socrates the stick and Niccolò the serpent agree that peace is necessary for the common good but don’t agree on how to keep it.
Socrates the stick and Emilies the blue berries think about the effects of beauty.
Zeno of Elea paradox of Achilles and the tortoise are the subject of this dialogue about the criteria of truth.
Socrates the stick and Gottfried the bird examine 3 ways to avoid doubts: the belief in harmony, the search for solutions, the obedience.
Baruch the heron and Socrates the stick define perseverance as a way of life.