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" ... and endeavours to do the first as it should be, and believes that his lot is good. For every man's fate is suitable, since it is suited to him. He considers that the rational principle is akin in all men, and that general kindness and concern for... "
The Emperor-Marcus Antonius: his conversation with himself. together with ... - Page 32
by Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - 1701 - 270 pages
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The Emperor Marcus Antoninus His Conversation with Himself: Together with ...

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - Stoicism - 1708 - 420 pages
...well of the Latter: I fay of the Latter 5 for Fate is both inevitable, and convenient. He confiders that all Rational Beings are of Kin 5 and that General...That every ones Good Opinion is not worth the gaining 5 but only of rhofe who live up to the Dignity of their Nature. As for others, he knows their way of...
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The Emperor Marcus Antoninus: His Conversation with Himself. Together with ...

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - Emperors - 1726 - 331 pages
...; for Fate is both inevitable , and convenient. He confiders that all rational Beings are of Kin ; and that general Kindnefs and Concern for the whole...the Dignity of their Nature. As for others, he knows then- Way of Living, and their Company ; their Eublick and their private Diforders; and why ideed fhould...
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The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - Ethics - 1887 - 212 pages
...suited to him. He considers that the rational principle is akin in all men, and that general kindness and concern for the whole world is no more than a piece of human nature — that not every one's good opinion is not worth the gaining, but only that of those...
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Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Volume 3

Charles Dudley Warner - Literature - 1896
...suitable, since it is suited to him. The rational principle is akin in all men, and general kindness and concern for the whole world is no more than a piece of human nature. Not every one's opinion is worth the gaining, but only that of those who seek to live...
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