Book Club recordings for how to think like a roman emperor by Donald Robertson

6-12-21 in this session we stopped in chapter 4 at the paragraph “Marcus led the dance of the salii, the ancient leaping warrior priests, and trained in boxing and wrestling as a youth.”
6-5-21 in this session we stopped in chapter 4 at the subchapter break “how to conquer desire”
5-29-21 In this session we stopped at the beginning of chapter 4
5-22-21 In this session we stopped in chapter 3 the paragraph starting with “in addition to asking ourselves what qualities the ideal wise person might have, we can ask what qualities we might hope to possess in the distant future”.
5-15-21 in this session we stopped in chapter 3 at the paragraph starting with “We can perhaps infer which aspects of Marcus’ character Rusticus challenged based upon comments in the meditations.”
5-8-21 in this session we stopped in chapter 2 at the paragraph starting with “indeed, one way of understanding the contrast between stoic philosophy and sophistic rhetoric…”
5-1-21 in this session we stopped in chapter 2, at the paragraph starting with “Perhaps Diognetus dressed and lived as a philosopher himself and Marcus was inspired to imitate his example.”
4-24-21 this is our fist session for this book we stopped in chapter 1 at the subchapter “what did the stoics believe”


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