Why Stoicism is Great for Activism
February 5, 2017
Some people may have their misgivings about the efficacy of Stoicism as a philosophy for activists. However, in reality, it is about as effective a philosophy for activism as there can be.
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Why Stoics Shouldn’t Tone Police
January 27, 2017
Contrary to what an incomplete understanding would suggest, tone policing is contrary to Stoic philosophy. Here is why.
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Ingraining Stoicism with a Meditation Journal
January 15, 2017
Possibly the most time-honored of all the ingraining techniques used in Stoicism is the use of a meditative journal - of which the most classic examples are the twelve books written by the Roman emperor, Marcus Aurelius, in the last decade of his life.
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A Case for Stoic Outreach
January 7, 2017
As a Stoic, I realize that as far as I am concerned, for anyone other than myself to practice Stoicism is an indifferent (neither inherently good nor bad). Still, I see a strong case for Stoics with a pro-justice understanding of the ancient philosophy to organize some kind of outreach by which to invite others to try Stoicism.
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Release: Using the Death Beads – First-and-a-Half Edition
December 12, 2016
The First-and-a-Half Edition of Using the Death Beads is not about any change in content from the First Edition - but rather, about improved formatting of the e-book itself.
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