Book Club: The Art of Living 2

The concept of spiritual philosophical exercises

Ignatius of Loyola, who knew something about spiritual exercises

Let’s continue our reading of John Sellars’ The Art of Living: The Stoics on the Nature and Function of Philosophy. Last time we began with chapter 4 (I’m skipping around a bit), dedicated to the debate between Stoics and Skeptics on the nature of knowledge, and we learned that, in the end, the two schools converged toward similar…

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