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Advanced Analytical Stoicism for Today

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On Virtue explores modern Stoicism in an advanced and analytical way. Using material from Zeno of Citium and Epictetus, On Virtue explores how modern Stoicism can adapt to contemporary lifestyles in a manner that retains ancient Stoicism's timeless insights into the human condition. Most of all, On Virtue shares the depth of thinking on Stoic Virtue that has kept Stoicism modern and profound for more than 23 centuries.




Stoic Quotes

March 19, 2023

If one does not know to which port one is sailing, no wind is favorable.



March 12, 2023

Neither death, nor exile, nor pain, nor anything of this kind is the real cause of our doing or not doing any action, but our inward opinions and principles.



March 5, 2023

A good judge condemns wrongful acts but does not hate them.

The Moral Essays



February 26, 2023

Man conquers the world by conquering himself.

Zeno of Citium


February 19, 2023

So what makes a human being beautiful? Must it not be the presence of a human being's excellence? If you for your part want to appear beautiful, young man, you should strive for this, the excellence that characterizes a human being.

Discourses of Epictetus 3.1.6, 7


February 12, 2023

A good intellect is the choir of divinity.

Quintus Sextius


February 5, 2023

It is not the man who has too little, but the man who craves more, that is poor.



January 29, 2023

Things it was hard to bear, it is pleasant to relate.



January 22, 2023

All the good are friends of each other.

Zeno of Citium


January 15, 2023

To live, indeed, is not in our power; but to live rightly is.

Quintus Sextius


January 8, 2023

It is the upright mind that holds true sovereignty.



January 1, 2023

If we do not refer each of our actions to some standard, we shall be acting at random; if to an improper standard, we shall fail utterly. There is a general and a particular standard. [...] The particular end relates to the occupation and choice of each individual.

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