The Philosophy Of Stoicism: 4 Lessons From Antiquity On Self-Discipline

This is a guest post by Philip Ghezelbash. *** Stoicism is an ancient Greco-Roman philosophy. The ideal for the Stoic, as with the Buddhist, is to show complete equanimity in the face of adversity. The four virtues of Stoicism are wisdom, justice, courage and temperance. Temperance is subdivided into self-control, discipline and modesty. I think … Continue reading The Philosophy Of Stoicism: 4 Lessons From Antiquity On Self-Discipline