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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Stoicism and AD(H)D – from a Stoic who Actually Has AD(H)D
May 4, 2017
Any illusion that AD(H)D presents a problem for Stoicism dissolves when you learn to see AD(H)D for what it really is, and stop taking for granted things that aren't truly yours.
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Meta-Ascetic Journaling – What it Means and Why Do it
March 27, 2017
In the effort to neurodiversify Stoicism, a meta-ascetic journal can be a great tool for Stoics to help themselves and one another discover the ascetic regimens that best fit them.
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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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