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The article is aimed to confute the belief held about the nature of the world view of Marcus Aurelius as pessimistic. The analysis of "Meditations" demonstrates that the text represents a dialogue between a stoic sage and an ordinary man, Marcus Aurelius being in the guise of both. The article proves that the guidance of the philosopher king is positive in its nature, calling one to fulfill manfully their duties aimed at the welfare of the World and Rome while manifesting love to people and showing no fear of failure, suffering or death.doaj:30504c47e7d8495d87b066e4b6296be3 fatcat:cf5tbzyffve2xm77e3iodebxjq