A comprehensive guide to the eight core teachings of Seneca, an Ancient Roman stoic philosopher who focused on transforming extreme emotions through understanding. Fideler applies Stoicism to anxiety, relationships, money and other real-world issues. You can also check out this title as eAudio on Hoopla.
Pandemic Log: two years and counting. That’s some TIME, isn’t it? And simultaneously, what IS time anymore? I don’t know the answer to that. But I do know I have had plenty of time to think about lots of things I don’t know the answers to. From the small things to the really, really big things. I’ve become a reluctant philosopher of sorts. Haven’t we all?
Here’s a list of some accessible, conversational and engaging books on philosophy, no advanced degrees required. Let’s dig in while we have the time. Or, maybe we don’t. Let’s think about what that means…
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Two Notre Dame philosophy professors ask questions about love, truth, money, suffering, death, and religion. And draw their answers from philosophers traditional (Aristotle) and non- (W.E.B. Dubois).
Syfret takes a philosophy so often associated with darkness and despair and argues that embracing nihilism could actually make us happier. You can also check out this title as eBook on Hoopla.