The personal writings of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius, who ruled from 161 to 180 CE, not only reflect on the philosophical ideologies of Stoicism, but also on this powerful man's day to day life, which included dealing with war, famine, and the deaths of some of his children. The ideas presented in this work continue to resonate with readers today.
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