Book to consider: That one should disdain hardships, the teachings of a Roman Stoic

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[Books I’ve read that I think may be of general interest. See also my book club entries under essays.] Stoicism is rather popular these days. This is, perhaps, not surprising, given that we live in turbulent and unpredictable times, precisely the sort of climate that triggered a flourishing of practical life philosophies during the Hellenistic period during […]

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