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Ideas of Marcus Aurelius, by Text

[Roman, 121 - 180, Born in Spain. Taught by Fronto. Emperor of Rome. Died in Rome.]

170 The Meditations (To Himself)
2.1 p.111 Humans are naturally made for co-operation
2.17 p.116 Nothing is evil which is according to nature
3.13 p.121 A philosopher should have principles ready for understanding, like a surgeon with instruments
7.61 p.158 The art of life is more like the wrestler's than the dancer's
8.39 p.166 Justice has no virtue opposed to it, but pleasure has temperance opposed to it
9.19 p.174 Everything is changing, including yourself and the whole universe