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David Alexander

What is Love? (P2)

Exploring the multifaceted concept of love, this article delves into the various dimensions of affection, from passionate desire to spiritual connection, shedding light on how different forms of love interplay in relationships and personal growth.

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Sharon Lebell

Stoicism and Wabi-Sabi

“Stoicism and Wabi-Sabi” explores the parallel concepts of progress over perfection in Stoic philosophy and the aesthetic philosophy of wabi-sabi. The article draws connections between the appreciation of imperfection, impermanence, and the beauty in the mundane. Both Stoicism and wabi-sabi encourage us to embrace the present moment and find virtue

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Sharon Lebell

Choosing a Philosophical Life

This article delves into Stoicism’s role in a philosophical life, emphasizing the integration of “We” virtues alongside traditional “I” virtues. It explores the significance of vulnerability, interdependence, and authentic relationships in ethical philosophy. By challenging conventional Stoic views, the author highlights the importance of a holistic approach to human flourishing

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Sharon Lebell

Lessons in Stoic Virtue from Ukraine

Amidst Putin’s war on Ukraine, the author contemplates Stoic virtue in adversity. President Zelenskyy and the Ukrainian people embody courage, temperance, justice, and wisdom, demonstrating resilience and leadership. Rejecting revenge, they stand for ethical clarity. Their example offers a prescriptive guide to navigate challenges with Stoic ideals.

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David Alexander

Prosoché: Stoic Mindfulness as a Modern Practice

Discover the concept of Prosoche, Stoic mindfulness, as a bridge between ancient wisdom and modern practice. Explore how mindfulness, non-judgment, and aligning with virtues can create a mindful approach to life’s challenges and uncertainties.

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