Book Club: The Art of Living, 4

How to study practical philosophy: a three-pronged curriculum

Time to wrap up our ongoing book club focused on John Sellars’ The Art of Living: The Stoics on the Nature and Function of Philosophy. (See parts one, two, and three.) It’s a must read for anyone seriously interested in Stoicism as a practical philosophy of life, but also for people who want to reflect on…

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