Stoic Choices

Stoic Choices is the plain English version of Discourses Book II by the eminent Stoic philosopher, Epictetus. Here are some of the choices discussed in this book:

  • What should you act upon: External things or internal things?
  • When should you choose to be confident and when to be cautious in making decisions?
  • What should you protect: Your inherent qualities or qualities that are not inherent to you?
  • Is there a choice between knowledge and action?
  • Is there a choice between knowledge and anxiety?
  • Should you study logic? Why?
  • Choose to be faithful.
  • Choose habits that fight impressions.
  • Show yourself to be worthy.
  • Choose to be skillful

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