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Simple, clear yet powerful, these philosophical writings by the Roman Emperor offer insights into human nature that still resonate today and make a compelling case for a stoic approach to life.
In the listing of this book, the iBooks store references Hays as the translator. However the endpapers of this electronic edition indicate that the translation was done by George Long. So was this translation completed by Hays or Long? I note somewhat archaic vocabulary and phrasing, so I’m guessing George Long.