What Is Stoicism Philosophy?

Stoicism is a school of philosophy that originates back to the Hellenistic period by a man named Zeno of Citium. It flourished throughout the Greek world until the 3rd century AD but has seen a revival in modern times.

A core maxim of Stoic philosophy is to “live according to nature”, for it is believed that the universe is well-ordered and deterministic in nature. In such a universe, there are no accidents and…

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