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Practical Stoicism

Tanner Campbell

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Stoicism is the pursuit of Virtue (Aretê), which was defined by the Ancient Greeks as "the knowledge of how to live excellently," Stoicism is a holistic life philosophy meant to guide us towards the attainment of this knowledge through the development of our character. While many other Stoicism podcasts focus on explaining Ancient Stoicism in an academic or historical context, Practical Stoicism strives to port the ancient wisdom of this 2300-plus-year-old Greek Philosophy into contemporary ...
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Caleb Ontiveros and Michael Tremblay discuss how to build resilience, develop virtue, and make sense of the world through Stoic philosophy. One episode a week. Get the Stoa app: www.stoameditation.com/pod Get the Stoa Letter: www.stoaletter.com/subscribe
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Un podcast che parla di storie, personali e altrui, di vittorie e di fallimenti, di imprenditoria e filosofia stoica. Di mentalità, sviluppo personale, resilienza, abitudini, produttività, marketing, libri, e molto altro ancora. Ogni puntata è quasi un flusso di coscienza controllato che esplora i temi a me importanti. Io sono Enrico, ho 27 anni, e nella mia breve esperienza su questo pianeta ho provato un sacco di cose. Lavori, studi, interessi, paesi, lingue, diete, routine, allenamenti. H ...
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☀️ Start your next 10 days like a Stoic with morning routines that take only 10 minutes to complete. Free Stoic 10-day series: https://whatisstoicism.com/10days --- As we know, Stoicism is a practical philosophy. Theory alone does not improve the skill of being good. Only the struggle of everyday experience improves it. We’re interested in how we m…
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In this episode, I open up about my own health challenges, sharing that while I am "blood healthy", I am also carrying around some excess weight. This personal context sets the stage for a broader discussion on health and Stoicism. I emphasize that taking care of our bodies is generally morally appropriate, but our approach to health must be contex…
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Michael and Caleb discuss the differences between modern self help and Stoicism – where self help is useful, where it isn’t, and recommend their favorite self help books. (04:07) Defining Self Help (11:31) Where Self Help Goes Wrong (28:09) The Good in Self Help (45:02) Best Self Help Books *** Download the Stoa app (it’s a free download): stoamedi…
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☀️ Start your next 10 days like a Stoic with morning routines that take only 10 minutes to complete. Free Stoic 10-day series: https://whatisstoicism.com/10days --- It’s obvious to say, but important nonetheless: if we’re to make progress toward a more Stoic life, we have to regularly practice the principles of the philosophy. And if we’re to regul…
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Welcome back, my dear Stoic progressor. In today’s episode, I dive into a topic that may seem unfamiliar to some but is deeply relevant to many – the pressures and anxieties faced by students in the Philippines. Drawing on personal insights and the experiences shared by a listener, I explore the unique challenges that Filipino students encounter, f…
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Caleb and Michael read through Marcus Aurelius’s Meditations. Specifically: Meditations 2.6-2.10. There are several essential themes in these passages: the importance of self-examination, maintaining focus on what matters, and the philosophical underpinnings of Stoicism. in the Meditations we get to see Marcus Aurelius rehearsing Stoic maxims – and…
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☀️ Start your next 10 days like a Stoic with morning routines that take only 10 minutes to complete. Free Stoic 10-day series: https://whatisstoicism.com/10days --- In this episode, we look at Cicero's second Stoic paradox—that virtue is all that is needed for happiness. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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This one is different. Caleb reads from his essay, Why Stoicism Is True. It’s a short encapsulation of the what he takes to be the three most important ideas of the philosophy – as well as a philosophical defense of their veracity. Let us know what you think. https://calebontiveros.substack.com/ *** Download the Stoa app (it’s a free download): sto…
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In this episode, I take a fresh look at Hierocles' Circles of Concern and how my understanding of them has evolved. Communicating Stoicism to beginners involves striking a balance between simplicity and the depth of the philosophy, which can sometimes lead to misunderstandings. I address a recent discussion on the /Stoic subreddit that highlighted …
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☀️ Start your next 10 days like a Stoic with morning routines that take only 10 minutes to complete. Free Stoic 10-day series: https://whatisstoicism.com/10days --- It’s a common disruption to our tranquility: putting someone else’s life on a pedestal compared to our own. We envy the apparent prosperity and happiness of others while losing sight of…
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In this episode, Michael presents the Stoic idea of "indifferents." It’s one of the key ideas behind Stoicism, one’s that often misunderstood but necessary to know in order to understand Stoicism. (02:52) The 3 Value Categories (06:22) Defining Good (15:32) Defining Indifferents (37:32) Total Indifferents (39:06) How To Live With Indifferents (51:2…
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In this episode, I delve into the concept of fate within Stoic philosophy, a topic that often sparks varied opinions. The Stoics believed in a deterministic universe, where a physical causal chain dictates the flow of events. However, this idea can feel restrictive, suggesting that nothing we do could be otherwise. I explore how we can view this de…
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☀️ Start your next 10 days like a Stoic with morning routines that take only 10 minutes to complete. Free Stoic 10-day series: https://whatisstoicism.com/10days --- A guided contemplation to help you reflect on a powerful idea from Stoicism: the notion that our insignificance isn't a bad thing. This idea can be liberating and transformative, guidin…
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In this episode, I explore the complex relationship between Stoicism and the concept of equality. While the title may be partly clickbait, it also highlights a significant discussion on how Stoicism views equality and justice. I delve into how modern society has become disconnected from coherent moral reasoning, driven largely by raw emotions rathe…
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“Moderation is subdivided into good discipline, seemliness, modesty, and self-control.” The ancient Stoic breakdown of moderation is essential for becoming more disciplined. It will help you think about the ideas of moderation, discipline, and self-control more deeply and generate strategies for how to becoming more moderate in your life today. Sto…
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☀️ Start your next 10 days like a Stoic with morning routines that take only 10 minutes to complete. Free Stoic 10-day series: https://whatisstoicism.com/10days --- "Liberty is having a mind superior to injury, a mind that makes itself the only source from which its pleasures spring, that separates itself from all external things, avoiding the unqu…
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In this conversation, Michael and Caleb discuss Epictetus’s chapter On Attention (Discourses 4.12). It’s an essential reading from the Stoic master on an essential topic. Buddhism 101 Stoicism and Mindfulness Caleb and Michael also preview an upcoming conversation on Moderation…Stay tuned. It will be released in the next few weeks. (01:04) The Impo…
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In this episode, I discuss the relationship between Stoicism and environmental responsibility. I emphasize that caring for the environment is not a political issue but a fundamental aspect of Stoic philosophy. I explore the Stoic belief in living in harmony with Nature, highlighting that Stoicism requires us to make morally just choices that respec…
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Indifference is the greatest tool we Stoics have in navigating the poop that comes with life. Let us finish the season with some of the best advice Epictetus gives us. - Let it go. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/andersonsilver/message
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I get knocked down...but I get up again! You ain't never gonna keep me down. Chumbawamba got it right. But how do we get back up when we get knocked down? Let me share another trick our Stoic ancestors teach us - Remember that you are part of the whole and a larger body. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/andersons…
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☀️ Start your next 10 days like a Stoic with morning routines that take only 10 minutes to complete. Free Stoic 10-day series: https://whatisstoicism.com/10days --- "Each day acquire something that will fortify you against poverty, against death, indeed against other misfortunes as well; and after you have run over many thoughts, select one to be t…
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In this episode, I explore the fundamental differences between Stoicism and Abrahamic religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam), explaining why these systems are inherently incompatible. Religions personify God and base their moral frameworks on divine approval, while Stoicism views God as a natural, impersonal force synonymous with Nature itsel…
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We keep aiming for higher highs and judge our awesomeness on whether we attain said highs. However, true strength comes from the capacity to get back to yourself (your true self) at any given moment, especially when things around you seem difficult. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/andersonsilver/message…
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The Stoics promoted the four cardinal virtues: courage, moderation, justice, and wisdom. In this episode, we talk about Stoic courage. Caleb and Michael discuss what it is and how the Stoics broke it down into different subdisciplines. Their breakdown still provides an effective framework for building the skill of bravery today. (01:03) What Is Cou…
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I was asked if I believe in rebirth. Let's talk about Metempsychosis) and treating every day as day one. If you can treat every day as a rebirth and the first day of a new behaviour pattern, you will find this cheat-code very useful. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/andersonsilver/message…
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There is a White Wolf (positive voice) and a Dark Wolf (negative wolf). The Dark Wolf inside us is filled with fear, anger, envy, jealousy, greed, and arrogance. The White Wolf is filled with peace, love, hope, courage, humility, compassion, and faith. They battle constantly, so make sure you feed the one you want, not the one your body (the vessel…
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We are naturally pessimistic animals, as pessimism was a necessary survival tool for our species. However, in today's modern world, pessimism is no longer necessary. Moreover, it is 100% detrimental to our mental health and general attitude. Practicing gratitude is the single most effective tool against pessimism. So, grab a pen and your journal an…
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☀️ Start your next 10 days like a Stoic with morning routines that take only 10 minutes to complete. Free Stoic 10-day series: https://whatisstoicism.com/10days --- In this episode, we look at Cicero's explanation of the Stoics' main guiding principle—that virtue is the only true good in life. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informa…
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Patience is the highest virtue. We've all heard this expression, but how does it impact your life, virtue and mental state/anxieties? You may be surprised how tightly wound together patience and the quality of your life is. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/andersonsilver/message…
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Good morning, Prokoptôn. In today's episode, I'm responding to a question from a Spotify listener named Blarka. The question is about how to think of or celebrate a birthday that coincides with the death of a brother or sister. This is a thoughtful question with a sad context, but it's an important topic. While Stoicism views death as an indifferen…
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Do you want to learn how to Journal like Marcus Aurelius? Parker Settecase explains different approaches to journaling, writing, and recording your thoughts. He and Michael take a deep dive into how and why to think about journaling. Use these strategies to organize your thinking, and be the best version of yourself. Park Notes Michael and Parker o…
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In today's colloquial language, there are two definitions of happiness: One meaning joy and elation; and one meaning equanimity and tranquility. If you have trouble attaining happiness, then you are probably defining it the wrong way. Let me share with you what our ancient Stoic teachers had to say. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.s…
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What is the best hobby that you can do to reset your mind, body and soul? Is it meditation? Is it shooting guns? Is it hiking, or motorcycling? Let me share with you what works for this old Stoic. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/andersonsilver/message
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You might have heard me say over and over again...as long as you remember who you are, what you are and where you are, nothing in this temporal world can harm you. In this episode, I will expand on this. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/andersonsilver/message
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☀️ Start your next 10 days like a Stoic with morning routines that take only 10 minutes to complete. Free Stoic 10-day series: https://whatisstoicism.com/10days --- "The present moment is enough for you,” Marcus Aurelius told himself in his Meditations. As Pierre Hadot wrote in his book Philosophy as a Way of Life, this had a double meaning: It is …
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In today's episode of Practical Stoicism, I delve into a challenging question often posed by newcomers to Stoicism: "If the Stoic Sage is purely aspirational, what motivation do we have to work on our character?" Addressing this, I explore why striving for unattainable ideals, such as perfect health or the perfect dinner, remains essential, despite…
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"The thought for today is one which I discovered in Epicurus; for I am wont to cross over even into the enemy's camp, – not as a deserter, but as a scout." In this conversation, Caleb and Michael talk about lessons from Epicureanism. To do this, use Seneca’s quotations of Epicurus and other Epicureans as a source. The Epicurean tradition has a lot …
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Yup...we've all been there... a million times. You think you're doing well and life is finally working out, but then out of nowhere WHAMMO! Some set-back happens and you lose perspective and all of a sudden life seems overwhelming and impossible. You lose motivation and can't even fathom getting back to virtue. Let me share with you how I get back …
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Yup...we've all been there... a million times. You think you're doing well and life is finally working out, but then out of nowhere WHAMMO! Some set-back happens and you lose perspective and all of a sudden life seems overwhelming and impossible. You lose motivation and can't even fathom getting back to virtue. Let me share with you how I get back …
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☀️ Start your next 10 days like a Stoic with morning routines that take only 10 minutes to complete. Free Stoic 10-day series: https://whatisstoicism.com/10days --- To help achieve the kind of mental freedom the Stoics enjoyed by worrying less about the opinions of others, I have constructed a short exercise that uses some imagery from Kurt Vonnegu…
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In this podcast episode, I delve into the Stoic approach to selecting a career or job, offering insights tailored for both high school students and adults. I stress the significance of assessing existing roles, ethical considerations, and personal motivations when embarking on the job search journey. Throughout the discussion, I provide practical a…
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Why did talking about virtue fall out of fashion – and why is it coming back now? In this conversation, Caleb speaks with Judith Stove about that very question, providence, and Marcus Aurelius as God. Judith Stove is a Sydney, Australia, researcher and writer, focusing on Jane Austen and her reception, as well as on Stoicism and other classical vir…
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☀️ Start your next 10 days like a Stoic with morning routines that take only 10 minutes to complete. Free Stoic 10-day series: https://whatisstoicism.com/10days --- A reading of the twelfth book of Marcus Aurelius's twelve-book work. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The ancients talked about Nature, Reason, Zeus, and God – but what did they mean by it? In this conversation, Michael tells us who or what the Stoic God is. We’re here to tell you – and share how the Stoic’s beliefs about God influenced their practice and picture of Stoicism. (00:58) Why The Stoic God Matters (03:21) The Agenda (05:40) Stoic Physic…
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☀️ This episode features a free example edition of my Micro Morning Meditations. If you'd like to access further examples, you can get a free 10-day series of Micro Morning Meditations here: https://whatisstoicism.com/10days Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The philosopher and the general. Stoic philosophy in ancient Roman history. In this podcast, Caleb speaks with Alex Petkas about Pompey and Posidonius – the great Roman general and his Stoic mentor. Both of their lives were epic in the greatest sense. They carry lessons for applying Stoic emotion management, cosmopolitanism, and, even, inquiry into…
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☀️ Start your next 10 days like a Stoic with morning routines that take only 10 minutes to complete. Free Stoic 10-day series: https://whatisstoicism.com/10days --- When someone tells us a harsh truth, it may question our beliefs or behavior in a way that offends us. This episode explores how we can use the Stoic virtues to deal with harsh truths i…
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“Show me a man who is not a slave; one is a slave to lust, another to greed, another to ambition.” – Seneca In this conversation, Michael and Caleb discuss how Stoics think about ambition. What does healthy ambition look like? The unhealthy kind? How do you navigate between the two? Caleb and Michael talk through the Stoic tradition’s answers to th…
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In this Stoa Conversation, Michael Tremblay speaks to Brian Johnson about Stoic roles ethics, methods of teaching, and how martial arts. The start with the question: does martial arts improve character? What about other forms of physical training? They then move to Stoic Role Ethics, especially the role ethics of Epictetus. The Role Ethics of Epict…
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