Features tagged in the Philosophical Category of Marcus Aurelius Med IV-49-2

Marcus Aurelius Med IV-49-2 Exercises

Exercise General description
Marcus Aurelius's Freedom to Virtue Practice It In Book IV of his Meditations, Marcus Aurelius writes as an exercise for himself, "Does what's happened keep you from acting with justice, generosity, self-control, sanity, prudence, honesty, humil...
Stoic Penknife Exercise

Marcus Aurelius Med IV-49-2 Quotations from Stoic Philosophers

Quotations from Stoic Philosophers like Marcus Aurelius, Seneca, Epictetus
Can there be anything, then, in this happening which prevents you from being just, high-minded, self-controlled... Well, then. You have learnt what the purpose is. Can there be anything, then, in this happening which prevents you from being just, high-minded, self-controlled, intelligent, judicious, truthful, honourable and free - or any other of those attributes whose combination is the fulfilment of man’s proper nature?"

Marcus Aurelius Med IV-49-2 Stoic Doctrines