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INDEX OF MATTERS

base love of, iv. 50; a drama, xi. 1, 6; xii. 36; goal or aim or, ii. 16; vii. 58; viii. 1; xi. 21; the new life, vii. 2, § 2; x. 8; as a whole, viii. 36; another life, iii. 3; how to enjoy, xi. 29

  • Limb dismembered, viii. 34
  • Lion, iii. 2, § 1; vi. 36, § 2
  • Lollius Urbicus, 347
  • Love of neighbour, vii. 22, 31; ix. 11; x. 36, 2; xi. 1, 9
  • Love or spare your enemies, vi. 6; vii. 22, 65
  • Lucius, a philosopher, 377
  • Lust, ii. 10; ix. 40 *Man, tripartite (body, soul, mind), ii. 2; iii. 16; vi. 32; xii. 3; intolerable, v. 10; viii. 24 ; his work, viii. 26; his relationships (σχέσεις), viii. 27; what like, x. 19; be one, xi. 18, § 10; true interest of, iii. 7; reason of = God, xii. 26
  • Many things, do not, iv. 24 (Democritus)
  • Marcus, simple life, i. 3, 6; taught at home. i. 4; dislike of the "Games," i. 5; not superstitious, i. 6; a devout worshipper, xii. 28; writes dialogues, i. 6; learns humility, i. 7; eschews poetry, rhetoric, and fine writing i. 7, 17, cp. p. 346; reads Epictetus, i. 7; learns toleration, i. 9; tact, i. 10; love of his children, i. 13, 17; reads Stoic writers, i. 14; gratitude of, i. 17; disposition to do evil, i. 17, § 1; xi. 18, 4; annoyed with Rusticus, i, 17, § 6; chastity of, i. 17, § 2; love of mother, i. 17, § 6; of his wife, i. 17, § 7; spits blood and has vertigo, i. 17, § 8; bodily weakness of, i. 17, § 6, p. 351; amatory passions of, i. 17, § 6; benefactions of, i. 17, § 7; eschews dialectics, i. 17, § 8; not skilled in them, vii. 67; viii. 1; and physics, i. 17, § 8; not skilled in them, vii. 67; grows old, ii. 2, 6; v. 31; see p. 349; thirst for books, ii. 3; address to soul, ii. 6; ix. 39; x. 1; does not reject pity, ii. 13; at Carnutum, ii. 17 ad. fin.; on the Gran, i. 17, ad. fin.; a Roman, ii. 5; iii. 5; vi. 44; a ruler, iii. 5; a bull over the herd, xi. 18, § 1; his memoranda, iii. 14; excerpts from books, iii. 14; (?) history of ancient Greeks and Romans, iii. 14; longing for country retreats, iv. 3, cp. x. 1 ; dislikes rising in the morning, v. 1; viii. 12; not sharp-witted, v. 5; vii. 67; hardly able to endure him self, v. 10; his service ended, v. 31; the court his stepmother, vi. 12; his name Antoninus, vi. 26, § 4; not Caesarified, vi. 30; conscious of failure, ii. 4, 6; v. 9, x. 8; still far from philosophy, viii. 1; life at court against it, viii. 1, 9, but cp. xi. 7; no time for study, viii. 8; death of his mother, i. 17, § 7; viii. 25; has never injured anyone, viii. 42; ? birth of a child, ix. 3; ? his child ill, viii. 49, ix. 40; weary of life and seems to wish for death, ix. 3; recalls his past life, ix. 21; playing the philosopher, ix. 29; contemns ingratitude, ix. 42, § 4; captures Sarmatians, x. 10; feels that his death is desired, x. 36; condemns Christian martyrdoms, xi. 3; his life demands philosophy, xi. 7; wonders why men value others good opinion more than their own, xii. 4; gruesome sights in war, viii. 34; pestilence, ix. 2; Marcus a man intensely eager for the common weal, xi. 13; his patrimony, 360; regret at adoption by Hadrian, 360; evils of sovranty, 360; resists popular clamour, 362; firmness of, 364; weeps, 368, 373; true to philosophy, 368; lenity, 368; free from bloodguiltiness, 368; detested avarice, 373; goes to lectures of Sextus, 377; death, 376 ff.
  • Material and causal, see Causal Medley of things (κυκεών, φυρμός), iv. 27, vi. 10; xii. 14

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