Marcus Aurelius about death (“Meditations”, c. 170 - 180) - Death is a cessation of the impressions through the senses, and of the pulling of the strings which move the appetites, and of the discursive movements of the thoughts, and of the service to the flesh.
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Death is a cessation of the impressions through the senses, and of the pulling of the strings which move the appetites, and of the discursive movements of the thoughts, and of the service to the flesh.
 Marcus AureliusMeditations (c. 170 - 180). copy citation

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Translated by George Long
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