To our right, though, it was dark like it must have been at the time of, well, let's say Marcus Aurelius.
He threw down his Marcus Aurelius and threw off his gunny-sack toga.
Marcus Aurelius, Epictetus, and Seneca are the masters of this school.
Marcus Aurelius considered war both as a disgrace and a calamity.
As Marcus Aurelius said: 'Who can change the desires of man?'
But Marcus Aurelius knows that what the heart is full of, the man will do.
Such is the system which underlies the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius.
It appears, in fact, that Marcus Aurelius sinned more than once by too much lenity.
It is noteworthy that in his meditations Marcus Aurelius mentions Fronto only once.
We are very far from regarding either Aristides or Marcus Aurelius as perfect.