Vid – Stoicism, Logos & Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations – Jay Dyer (Half)

In this half video for free, I discuss the historical circumstances and philosophical schools in the Roman Period. Still intoxicated from Hellenism, the Roman Stoics imbibed a syncretic blend of various philosophies that even included a vague notion of a universal “logos” principle, as we see in Marcus Aurelius’ famous ‘Meditations.’ The full talk can be obtained by subscribing to JaysAnalysis at the PayPal links below.

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2 Comments on Vid – Stoicism, Logos & Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations – Jay Dyer (Half)

  1. Dr. Lisa Marie Portugal // February 21, 2017 at 4:00 am // Reply

    Hello Jay,

    You look good with short hair and long hair. [😉] Bad azzzzz people look good any way they rock it, that’s always my view. Fuck the tards. LOL

    Dr. Lisa Marie Portugal
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  2. Greetings Jay!

    First off, thanks for the insights brought from your material. As a layman, i thought Christianity was stupid but after hearing many of your talks and reading many of your articles, i now see that it has a much greater depth than previously considered.

    I would really like to know your take on Julius Evola’s book “Revolt against the modern world” and particularly his view of christianity as a subversive religion vis-a-vis the roman tradition.

    Keep up the good work!

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