THE MEDITATIONS OF MARCUS AURELIUS – FULL AudioBook | Τὰ εἰς ἑαυτόν

THE MEDITATIONS OF MARCUS AURELIUS - FULL AudioBook | Τὰ εἰς ἑαυτόν
MEDITATIONS by Marcus Aurelius – FULL AudioBook | Greatest AudioBooks
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Meditations (Τὰ εἰς ἑαυτόν, Ta eis heauton, literally “thoughts/writings addressed to himself”) is a series of personal writings by Marcus Aurelius, Roman Emperor 161--180 CE, setting forth his ideas on Stoic philosophy.

Marcus Aurelius wrote the 12 books of the Meditations in “highly educated” Koine Greek as a source for his own guidance and self-improvement. It is possible that large portions of the work were written at Sirmium, where he spent much time planning military campaigns from 170 to 180. Some of it was written while he was positioned at Aquincum on campaign in Pannonia, because internal notes tell us that the second book was written when he was campaigning against the Quadi on the river Granova (modern-day Hron) and the third book was written at Carnuntum. It is not clear that he ever intended the writings to be published, so the title Meditations is but one of several commonly assigned to the collection. These writings take the form of quotations varying in length from one sentence to long paragraphs. (Summary from Wikipedia.org)

“For all things fade away, become the stuff of legend, and are soon buried in oblivion. Mind you, this is true only for those who blazed once like bright stars in the firmament, but for the rest, as soon as a few clods of earth cover their corpses, they are ‘out of sight, out of mind.’ In the end, what would you gain from everlasting remembrance? Absolutely nothing. So what is left worth living for? This alone: justice in thought, goodness in action, speech that cannot deceive, and a disposition glad of whatever comes, welcoming it as necessary, as familiar, as flowing from the same source and fountain as yourself.” – Marcus Aurelius

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Chapter listing and length:

Introduction — 00:02:47
Read by: Aegist

Chapter 01 — 00:16:25
Read by: Kevin McAsh

Chapter 02 — 00:13:49
Read by: Kevin McAsh

Chapter 03 — 00:17:40
Read by: Aegist

Chapter 04 — 00:28:45
Read by: davyobrian

Chapter 05 — 00:32:36
Read by: Cicorée

Chapter 06 — 00:27:43
Read by: ontheroad

Chapter 07 — 00:32:37
Read by: davyobrian

Chapter 08 — 00:35:59
Read by: Fr. Richard Zeile of Detroit

Chapter 09 — 00:32:49
Read by: Fr. Richard Zeile of Detroit

Chapter 10 — 00:28:36
Read by: ML Cohen

Chapter 11 — 00:25:43
Read by: Leon Mire

Chapter 12 — 00:22:52
Read by: Leon Mire

M. Aurelius Antoninus, by George Long — 00:42:55
Read by: Leon Mire

The Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius, by George Long — 00:58:04
Read by: ML Cohen

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