The System of Stoic Philosophy
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This article attempts to summarise some of the structured elements of the early Stoic philosophical system, such as the tripartite classification of the topics of philosophy, the virtues, the passions, and their subdivisions, etc., as reputedly described by the primary sources. It’s still a work in progress, see please feel free to post comments or corrections.
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This reflective essay, drawing on parallels with the adaptation of Buddhist mindfulness practice into the eight week mindfulness programme, offers one approach for the applications of Stoicism in Healthcare today. Patrick Ussher explores the parallels in this piece.
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Stoicism in Healthcare
Supporting papers for the Exeter workshop, including a discussion of Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations and its possible usefulness for modern psychotherapy, from the workshop at Exeter University 5th-6th October. Delve in and post your thoughts!
Discussion of Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations and its Modern Uses
Outline of Sessions
In this post, you can find full record of the discussion by academics and psychotherapists held at the University of Exeter (5th-6th October). You will find many ideas on ways to take Stoicism forward. Read, react and add your own suggestions!
Click here: Stoicism Workshop