Stoicism (13)


Not Stoicism

Good article and it's fitting that the site has been called out for what they truly are. Read the referenced article, I'm not linking to them, but they do not represent Stoicism as I understand it.

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Originally shared by +Gregory B. Sadler

People ask me occasionally about this site. If you know much about Stoic philosophy, you can tell it's whackadoodle right away, and so I've just said "don't take it seriously". Didn't dig around enough in it to find all these much more troubling aspects – but Pharos did. . .

http://pages.vassar.edu/pharos/2018/08/03/stoic-philosophy-masking-hate/



Stoic Philosophy masking Hate :: Pharos
Stoicschool.org is the website of an organization that promotes itself as “a civil society of people from all walks of life who share important values about the earth, social justice, and making a real difference in the world through people and science.” These values, they say, are derived from their …

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Stoic and Buddhist Cognitive Behavioural Therapy by Patrick Ussher

Interesting read. I've not read the ebook yet, however it is purchased. Having studied or currently studying both subjects I have noticed some compatibility between the two approaches.

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Stoic and Buddhist Cognitive Behavioural Therapy by Patrick Ussher
The following is a modified extract from Patrick Ussher’s recent e-book Stoicism & Western Buddhism: A Reflection on Two Philosophies as a Way of Life. Patrick is the founding editor of …

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Stoic Week 2017 Report (part 2)

A strong positive relationship between Stoicism and well-being has been documented in previous Stoic Week reports.

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Stoic Week 2017 Report (part 2) by Tim Lebon
A strong positive relationship between Stoicism and well-being has been documented in previous Stoic Week reports. This year the emphasis has shifted to quantifying the relationship between Stoic…

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Stoic Week 2017

Stoic Week 2017 begins on October 16th, and lasts seven days. It's an international online event, open to everyone, and completely free of charge. Stoic Week has been running every year since 2013. Last year, 3,400 people enrolled.

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Stoic Week 2017
Live Like a Stoic for a Week – October 16th

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