Latin Title: Quod nemo laeditur nisi a se ipso
Reference: CPG 4400
PG 52, 459-480
Savile 7, 36-51
Incipit: Οἶδα μὲν ὅτι τοῖς παχυτέροις
Date: 407 (Kelly)
Greek Text: A.-M. Malingrey, Jean Chrysostome. Lettre d’exil. A Olympias et à tous les fidèles (Quod nemo laeditur) (SC 103), Paris: Les Éditions du CERF, 1964.
Other Ancient Versions: Latin, Syriac, and Old Russian (see CPG Vol. 2 p. 514)
English Translation: W.R.W. Stephens, “A Treatise To Prove that No One Can Harm the Man Who Does Not Injure Himself” in NPNF1, vol. 9 (New York, 1889), p. 271-284.

A revised translation by Kevin Knight is available online here.

Other Modern Translations: French (A.-M. Malingrey) and Modern Greek (see Centre for Early Christian Studies)

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