Features tagged in the Philosophical Category of Marcus Aurelius - Med I-16

Marcus Aurelius - Med I-16 Exercises

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Marcus Aurelius' Hero's Indexing Practice It Marcus Aurelius begins his Meditations with the words, "From my grandfather Verus: decency and mild temper..." (I, i). In this, the first and longest passage, Marcus Aurelius creates a list or "ind...
Stoic Penknife Exercise

Marcus Aurelius - Med I-16 Quotations from Stoic Philosophers

Quotations from Stoic Philosophers like Marcus Aurelius, Seneca, Epictetus
From my (adoptive) father: gentleness, and an immovable adherence to decisions made after full consideration From my (adoptive) father: gentleness, and an immovable adherence to decisions made after full consideration: no vain taste for so-called honors; stamina and perseverance; a ready ear for anyone with any proposal for the common good; to reward impartially, giving everyone their due..."

Marcus Aurelius - Med I-16 Stoic Doctrines