Marius the Epicurean
His Sensations and IdeasDAISY - 2010
Set in the second century A.D. against the backdrop of a Roman Empire on the verge of decline, Marius the Epicurean is the story of the philosophical and spiritual development of Marius, a young Italian serving as amanuensis to the great emperor Marcus Aurelius. Marius explores the various systems of philosophy in search of an elusive vision of love, moving from Epicureanism to Cyrenaicism and finally Stoicism before finally finding what he had sought in the terrible beauty of Christian martyrdom. 2006.
Publisher: Toronto : CNIB, 2010
Branch Call Number: PAT
Characteristics: 1 computer laser optical disc (13 hrs., 54 min.) : sd. ; 12 cm