The Thoughts of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus - with Biographical Sketch, Philosophy of, Illustrations, Index and Index of Terms
The Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius wrote down his thoughts between 170 and 180. He was a late Stoic Philosopher and this one of the few examples of this type of literature that exists today. The book is written as personal notes to himself and his thesis is that one can obtain inner calm irrespective of outer adversity. The text considers good and evil, solidarity, adversity and inner freedom. It is a book that offers wisdom, comfort and inspiration. As well as the thought, this edition contains a biographical sketch and summary of the philosophy of Marcus Aurelius, a number of illustrations and both an index and index of terms.
- Hardback | 200 pages
- 152 x 229 x 15mm | 467g
- 02 Nov 2011
- Benediction Classics
- Garsington, United Kingdom
- 1, black & white illustrations