In part three of our series from Keith Seddon’s book Stoic Serenity, exploring the core theme in Stoicism of ‘what is in our power and what is not’, you can further reflect on the theme in further exercises as to how this applies to your life.
So click below to read more! If you can, take 15 minutes to go through the exercises and please post below your reflections on this key Stoic maxim!
Part four will be uploaded on Thursday.
More about Keith Seddon & Stoic Serenity: Keith Seddon is director of the MA and PhD programmes in Ancient Philosophy at Warnborough College, Ireland. He is a freelance academic and writer, who started the ‘Stoic Foundation’ in 2000, an educational trust, offering advice, support and a correspondence course (on which his book Stoic Serenity, from which our extract is taken, is based) in practical Stoic philosophy to anyone interested in taking up Stoicism as a philosophy to live by. Our thanks go to Keith for allowing his work to be reproduced on this blog.