The Inner Citadel: The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius. Pierre Hadot
ISBN: 9780674007079 | 368 pages | 10 Mb
The Inner Citadel: The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius Pierre Hadot
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Oct 10, 2011 - Askesis of Desire; Premeditation of Death and Evils; Concentration on the Present Moment; The View from Above; Writing as Hypomnemata, and The Inner Citadel. The Transformation Throughout his career, Hadot was involved in compiling, editing, and translating ancient Latin and Greek texts, including Marcus Aurelius' Meditations, Ambrose of Milan's Apology of David, Plotinus' works, and as well as the theological works of the Roman rhetorician Marius Victorinus. 2009 http://www.proquest.com/ · Sellars, John. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2002. May 18, 2014 - Find your 'inner citadel.' Marcus Aurelius, who faced a fair share of hardship and warfare in his life, and is thought to have written the Meditations from a tent in a Roman battle camp. Jan 17, 2011 - The thesis of his work, The Inner Citadel, is a new perspective on what Marcus Aurelius was really writing when he wrote what we call the Meditations. Wonderful view of Marcus and Stoicism in general. Apr 13, 2009 - The Meditations (Gregory Hays translation. The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius. "Journal of the History of Philosophy 38.1 (2000): 116-118. Jan 23, 2013 - Also, I liked Marcus Aurelius, but I did find it really funny (and revelatory). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2001. Jun 15, 2011 - "The Inner Citadel. I strongly recommend this translation over all others. Sep 19, 2011 - The Inner Citadel: The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius. And loves a good mental workout. Like, if the emperor of the known world is SOOOOO mopey, then clearly there's no If you enjoyed Marcus and can gird yourself for some slightly intimidating reading, I suggest you look up Pierre Hadot's Inner Citadel. Apr 28, 2010 - Below please find Part I, in which Chase details that trajectory, from Hadot's early interest in philology and mysticism to his later engagement with Marcus Aurelius and the idea of "spiritual exercise. May 27, 2013 - So if you haven't read Philosophy as a Way of Life: Spiritual Exercises from Socrates to Foucault or The Inner Citadel: The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius, ignore everything else and get them both. Pierre shows what Marcus was doing, in writing the Meditations, was a traditional Stoic spiritual practice.
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