You can’t have your cake and eat it too is an old proverb. But it’s obviously quite dated. I mean, people implicitly mean that they’re going to eat cake when they ask, “can I have that piece of cake?” So the logical implication is quite apparent that if you are going to have your cake,Continue reading “How Stoicism Is Like Having Your Cake and Eating It Too”
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Would Rejecting the Stoic Physics Make Stoicism 2.0 Or Would It Make Cynicism 1.0?
While I am a fan of Stoic physics and I do agree with essentially all of it, I have to say that before Zeno of Citium developed the Stoic physics, Stoicism already existed mostly in the form of what we call Cynicism. And truly noble people were Cynics and were correct that virtue is theContinue reading “Would Rejecting the Stoic Physics Make Stoicism 2.0 Or Would It Make Cynicism 1.0?”