The answers are all in and there’s a lot of interesting responses to the Stoic Week questionnaires . The results
will be posted on this site soon can now be read here. As a taster and teaser, here are some of the questions to which we hope Stoic Week will provide answers.
- Did participating in Stoic week lead to a change in well-being?
2) Did participants increase their knowledge of Stoicism? Do they want to learn more about Stoicism?
3) Were some Stoic exercises more popular and more useful than others? If so which ones were perceived as being the best?
4) Is Stoicism (as experienced in Stoic week) more effective at reducing distress or facilitating positive emotions. Or does it do both equally?
5) Does Stoicism help with some aspects of life satisfaction (such as accepting what has happened) much more than others? If so, which ones?
6) Does Stoicism help with some aspects of flourishing (such as meaning and purpose) much more than others.? If so, which ones can it help most with?
7) Does Stoicism help with reducing some negative emotions (such as anger) more than others. If so, which ones?
8) Did Stoic Week help people improve relationships, become a better person or becoming wiser? What other benefits did participants notice?
9) What was it like to be part of Stoic Week?
- How satisfied were participants with Stoic week?
- How did participants use social media?
- How would participants like to take their own experience forward ?
- How did participants find the booklet?
- How did participants find the web site?
10) Would further research be worthwhile? What are the most interesting possibilities that could be part of Stoic fortnight in 2013?
Looking forward to the answers
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