This collection of writings by Marcus Aurelius focuses on his personal views of stoic philosophy.

By Marcus Aurelius Read by James Foster Ethics / History - European / Nonfiction / Philosophy English, Unabridged 4h 3m Sell Sheet Also available on
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							Marcus Aurelius was the Roman Emperor from 161 to 180 AD, and during that time, he kept several collections of journals that contained personal notes, militaristic strategy, and ideas on Stoic philosophy. While unlikely that he ever intended to publicly publish these journals, there is no real official title, so most often “Meditations” is used because of his in depth writings on philosophy. These journals give an introspective look at how and why Marcus  Aurelius’ operated as an emperor. This informative piece of history contains twelve sections that each chronicle different parts of Aurelius’ life, including his source of guidance, self-improvement tips, and his ideas on how to analyze yourself and adjust your attitude to become a better person or leader.