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The Stoic Within

Introduction to Stoicism

A (Short) Introduction

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The term Stoic today has become synonymous with that of an unemotional being. The definition currently reads “a person who can endure pain or hardship without showing their feelings or complaining.”

But more often than not, people believe that this means one must suppress their emotions, hide their feelings and just learn to deal with life and their…




Learning to live a virtuous life through the fundamental teachings of the Stoics.

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D.A. DiGerolamo

D.A. DiGerolamo

Lessons in philosophy, self-development, leadership, and strategy. Socials: @stoicwithin / @dadigerolamo

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