Don’t Leave Out the Neutral Indifferents
June 22, 2017
Every time someone writes that the "indifferents" in Stoicism are either "preferred" or "dispreferred", they underestimate how problematic it is that they neglect to mention a third category of indifferents - those that I would call "neutral".
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Importance of the Art of Teaching Stoicism
March 7, 2017
Stoic philosophy is all about the art of living virtuously one's self. However, the art of training another to do so, while definitely not an inherent part of Stoic philosophy itself, is something that the Stoic community would do well to also cultivate.
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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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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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