A collection of articles on implementing the wisdom of Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius in our daily life
by Massimo Pigliucci
My Philosophy as Way of Life (PWOL) series of essays has now being going on since July 2018, and has produced 393 articles and counting. Naturally, people have a tendency to focus on the latest entries, but — if I may be forgiven for saying so — some of the early ones are worth reading as well. Which is why I am proposing this occasional series meant to highlight early PWOL entries grouped by interesting themes.
Today we are going to revisit the practice of Stoicism. There is a large literature on this out there, but I believe the articles grouped below are going to be particularly useful if you don’t want just a bunch of more or less random “life hacks” but are interested in Stoic philosophy as a coherent, lifelong practice. Enjoy, and keep working toward becoming the best human being you can! (Follow the links for the full text.) … (continue at Medium)