Stoicism and Virtue Signaling

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In this article, I specifically redefine virtue signaling to make a point. I give virtue signaling a positive meaning since in my experience people who are often accused of virtue signaling are likely intending to say, defend, and do the right thing. Often, we hear people complain about others who virtue signal. But what is virtue signaling? Virtue… Continue reading Stoicism and Virtue Signaling

How Stoicism Is Like Having Your Cake and Eating It Too

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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

What does it mean to be a Stoic?

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What does it mean to be a Stoic? I think there are several things that it takes to define a Stoic. First, you must know what it’s like to suffer. Everyone has this quality. You’ve probably been called a name or you’ve been rejected by a loved one. Perhaps you’ve felt powerless because of some… Continue reading What does it mean to be a Stoic?

Do Stoics Care about Results?

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I have noticed that there is this occasional confusion about whether Stoics care about results since they believe that virtue is the only good. Well, Stoics do care about consequences because if you’re intending to do good, you need to know what the results of those intentions are. There’s an old saying that the road… Continue reading Do Stoics Care about Results?

Stoicism, Virtue Signaling, and Vice Signaling

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In this article, I specifically redefine virtue signaling to make a point.  I give virtue signaling a positive meaning since in my experience people who are often accused of virtue signaling are likely intending to say, defend, and do the right thing. Often we hear people complain about others who virtue signal.  But what is… Continue reading Stoicism, Virtue Signaling, and Vice Signaling

Stoicism, Virtue Signaling, and Vice Signaling

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In this article, I specifically redefine virtue signaling to make a point.  I give virtue signaling a positive meaning since in my experience people who are often accused of virtue signaling are likely intending to say, defend, and do the right thing. Often we hear people complain about others who virtue signal.  But what is… Continue reading Stoicism, Virtue Signaling, and Vice Signaling