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" When thou hast assumed these names, good, modest, true, rational, a man of equanimity, and magnanimous, take care that thou dost not change these names; and if thou shouldst lose them, quickly return to them. "
Thoughts of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus - Էջ 234
Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - 1892 - 287 էջ
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The Thoughts of the Emperor M. Aurelius Antoninus

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - 1864 - 310 էջ
...the peculiar quality [of change], this is nothing in fact in the way of objection to what is said.1 8. When thou hast assumed these names, good, modest,...voluntary acceptance of the things which are assigned to thee by the common nature ; and that Magnanimity is the elevation of the intelligent part above the...
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The thoughts of the emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, tr. by G. Long

emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus - 1869
...the peculiar quality [of change], this is nothing in fact in the way of objection to what is said. 2 8. When thou hast assumed these names, good, modest,...quickly return to them. And remember that the term Eational was intended to signify a discriminating attention to every several thing and freedom from...
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Essays in Criticism, Հատոր 1

Matthew Arnold - 1875 - 440 էջ
...shortcoming: — 'When thou hast assumed these names, — good, modest, true, rational, equal-minded, magnanimous, — take care that thou dost not change...if thou shouldst lose them, quickly return to them. If thou maintainest thyself in possession of these names without desiring that others should call thee...
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Selections from The Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius Antonius, Emperor of Rome

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - 1876 - 90 էջ
...kindly, and show him his error; but, if thou art not able, blame thyself, or blame not even thyself. 4. When thou hast assumed these names, — good, modest,...voluntary acceptance of the things which are assigned to thee by the common nature ; and that magnanimity is the elevation of the intelligent part above the...
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The Thoughts of the Emperor M. Aurelius Antoninus

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - 1887 - 216 էջ
...the peculiar quality [of change], this is nothing in fact in the way of objection to what is said.4 8. When thou hast assumed these names, good, modest,...care that thou dost not change these names; and if thon shouldst lose them, quickly return to them. And remember that the term Bational was intended to...
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The Thoughts of the Emperor M. Aurelius Antoninus

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - 1891 - 216 էջ
...the peculiar quality [of change], this is nothing in fact in the way of objection to what is said.' 8. When thou hast assumed these names, good, modest,...true, rational, a man of equanimity, and magnanimous, tako care that thou dost not change these names; and if thuu shouldst lose them, quickly return to...
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Erasmus, and Other Essays

Marcus Dods - 1891 - 376 էջ
...and justice " ; " When thou hast assumed these names — good, modest, true, rational, equalminded, magnanimous — take care that thou dost not change these names ; and, if thou shouldest lose them, quickly return to them. If thou maintainest thyself in possession of these names...
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The Thoughts of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus: Translated by George Long

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - 1894 - 296 էջ
...the peculiar quality [of change], this is nothing in fact in the way of objection to what is said.1 8. When thou hast assumed these names, good, modest,...was intended to signify a discriminating attention 1 The end of this section is perhaps corrupt. The meaning is very obscure. I have given that meaning...
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Discourses of Epictetus

Epictetus - 1904 - 374 էջ
...the peculiar quality [of change], this is nothing in fact in the way of objection to what is said.2 When thou hast assumed these names, good, modest,...voluntary acceptance of the things which are assigned to thee by the common nature; and that Magnanimity is the elevation of the intelligent part above the...
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Thoughts of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - 1900 - 180 էջ
...these names, good, modest, true, rational, 148 a man of equanimity, and magnan» imous, take care thcu dost not change these names ; and if thou shouldst...discriminating attention to every several thing, and freedom frcm negligence ; and that Equanimity is the voluntary acceptance of things which are assigned to thee...
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