I should say I don't mean the ethical properties suggest atheism just that I think it has been said the could be recognized by atheism Sent from Yahoo Mail
It could be that Marcus wasnt very bright, he said the same about himself. I don't know, And I do agree that he would've had access to the very best stoic
Okay. But it seemed to me you presented Marcus Aurelius as a pantheist, which I regard as pretty much the same as atheist. Sorry if I read that wrong. Imalcolmschosha
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