On Stoicism


““An important place to begin in philosophy is this: a clear perception of one’s own ruling principle.”


This quote suggests that one can become a philosopher by exercising their guiding reason and questioning emotions, beliefs and language that are taken for granted. It further proposes that we can start our journey into philosophy by becoming aware of our ability to analyze our own minds and that, when we do, our lives become worth living.

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