Cognitive Work via Seneca

“There are more things, Lucilius, that frighten us than injure us, and we suffer more in imagination than in reality.” – Seneca When it comes to transforming challenges in life to the fertilizer for growth, the Stoics are one of the finest groups of people to learn from. It is within reason to say thatContinue reading “Cognitive Work via Seneca”

Epictetus, a Cognitive Pioneer

A slave turned teacher, Epictetus is one of the premier minds of stoicism. Stoics often get very misunderstood, and it has a great deal to do with linguistics. What was once a practical way to evaluate your own actions and morals eventually became a way to simply call someone “emotionless.” I was recently called stoic,Continue reading “Epictetus, a Cognitive Pioneer”