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This book is intended for individuals who want to start practicing Stoicism in their lives. If you’re a beginner, striving to become a Stoic, you’ve got the right book. This book is a beginner’s guide and not an in-depth discussion of the philosophy of Stoicism. Furthermore, it is presented in simple language that anyone can grasp easily.

This book is significant for beginners because it will teach you how to begin applying the philosophy of Stoicism in your life. Yes, you can put into action the tenets that ancient philosophers had postulated about Stoicism -- eons ago. Isn’t that exciting?

©2017 Terrence Wood (P)2017 Terrence Wood

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  • soody
  • 26-11-17

Have to disagree with other reviewers.

This introduction to stoicism is so precursory it resembles nothing but common knowledge and common sense. I can't recommend it.

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  • Michael N.
  • 01-05-18

shorter than I would have liked but...

offered a lot for an uncommitted stoic like myself. While this book lacks the depth I've become accustomed to, it simplifies a lot of the practices into actionable steps. This book fills a hole I knew I had, but I wouldn't recommend it as an introduction to Stoicism. For that, try "The Obstacle Is The Way" or "A Guide To The Good Life"