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Chen si lu / Make Aoleliu zhu ; He Huaihong yi
沉思錄 / 馬可・奧勒留著 ; 何懷宏譯
Bib ID 5581513
Format BookBook
Author
Marcus Aurelius Emperor of Rome, 121-180
 
Uniform Title Meditations. Chinese
Edition Chu ban. 
初版. 
Description Xianggang : Zhonghua shu ju you xian gong si, 2009 
香港 : 中華書局有限公司, 2009 
10, 231 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9789628931279
962893127X
Notes

Originally written in ancient Greek; translated from English version.

In traditional Chinese script.

Subjects Stoics.  |  Ethics, Ancient.  |  Life.
Other authors/contributors He, Huaihong, 1954-
何懷宏, 1954-

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