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Meditations by Marcus Aurelius
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Meditations

by Marcus Aurelius

76 ratings, 28 reviews

Marcus Aurelius wrote Meditations in Greek while on campaign between 170 and 180, as a source for his own guidance and self-improvement. These memos survive and continue to inspire others to this day. These writings take the form of quotations varying in length from one sentence to long paragraphs. He explicates the Stoic philosophy that the only way a man can be harmed by others is to allow his reaction to overpower him. He shows no particular religious faith in his writings, but seems to believe that some sort of logical, benevolent force organizes the universe in such a way that even “bad” occurrences happen for the good of the whole.

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76 ratings, 28 reviews
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Maxine Lemke

September 30, 2013

Good

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Инна Антоненко

September 10, 2013

G

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Kellie Woidtke Shipley

September 04, 2013

A must read for all.

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Kelly Economides

June 12, 2013

I can't leave a rating until I read it!

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Sheldon Woodson Sr

June 08, 2013

Excellent writing! Great task driven words to live by! Thank you Marcus!!! :)

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Polin Han

May 15, 2013

Later please

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Jess Russo

February 06, 2013

A must read for any aspiring human being. You will be a better person for having heard these heavenly words.

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Eirini D

November 20, 2012

Great

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Carlos Medina

November 07, 2012

Its great lol.

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Digna Briones

October 13, 2012

:)

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Donna Noonan Cacioppo

September 13, 2012

Ok

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Pamela Cheramie

August 27, 2012

?

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Wa-el Fayek

August 10, 2012

Good

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Debbie Emrich Bockhold

July 30, 2012

Didn't download

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Derek Jerrier

July 24, 2012

A good mix of classical thought and humor. If you are a fan of classical philosophy, I would recommend "Meditations".

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Robert Olson

June 30, 2012

Good

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Nelyda Rodriguez

June 10, 2012

Great

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Iuliana Mihaela Molac

May 27, 2012

Good

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Jhansie Turner

May 24, 2012

I want to be able to listen before I have to review it!

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Evie Mason

April 10, 2012

this book is really good for people with good morals who don't know how to say what they think, this book says it all

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Floy Weather

March 12, 2012

Evil does not exist, he argued. Some philosophers would agree. Things are neither good nor bad, only our thoughts make them so.

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Roern Long

January 08, 2012

Chapt. 8 audio is screwed up. This book is boring.

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Don Dickson

January 04, 2012

Good

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Giggers Snobmaster

December 03, 2011

Ra rest rook in ra rhole rorld!

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Justin Beveridge

November 24, 2011

Fine

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James Aldersea

August 17, 2011

Great

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Agnes Matvejevaite

July 19, 2011

Inspirrational

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Lina Castanos

July 18, 2011

Inspirational!