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- 4 Pieces of Stoic Wisdom For Dealing With Negative News Media
- Politeness: The Secret Weapon to Winning an Argument? on Aug 6, 2016 in UncategorizedIt's election season, so you may need these polite catch phrases to use if a political debate turns sour:“I think you have a made a good point, but I feel… ““I agree that x is y, but please consider my point that…&rdqu...
- 5 Signs You Lack Maturity According To Cicero
- Is It Fantasy That a Happy Life is All About Pleasant Experiences?
- The Ancient Greeks Got Happiness Right: 3 Steps to Eudaimonia
- Get Your Tickets to Stoicon 2016 in New York!on Jun 27, 2016 in UncategorizedSTOICON is an annual meeting of people interested in exploring Stoicism as a philosophy of life. It is part of a series of public activities related to Stoicism, centered around the Stoicism Today and Stoic Week in...
- 6 Tips For Teaching Yourself Philosophy on Jun 20, 2016 in UncategorizedI have published a new guest post at Brainfodder.org. Philosophy can often be really hard to read, so here is some practical advice to make teaching yourself philosophy a bit easier. It's extremely rewarding to expand your philosophical knowled...
- Time Line of Stoic Philosophy 500 BCE - 200 CEon Jun 13, 2016 in UncategorizedEnjoy my new inforgraphic history of Stoic philosophy! In addition to listing all of the major Stoic figures, I have also included the philosophers who most heavily influenced Zeno during the founding of the Stoic School. The timeline outlines s...
- When Being Too Nice Could Get You Killed
- Is Democracy a Utopian Ideal?on May 22, 2016 in UncategorizedI have published a guest post on Uisio.com. The piece examines the Iron Law of Oligarchy and Baron Acton's famous maxim "Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely." Those of you who liked my post Why Every Political and Economic System E...