Epictetus’ 3 secrets to a happy life

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Epictetus was a Stoic philosopher born c. 50 AD at Phrygia, which is now part of Asian Turkey. As with the other Stoics, Epictetus believed that philosophy is a practical discipline designed to help us live life as best as possible. His teachings tell us a lot about how we should approach events and the actions we should take in response to an unpredictable world. What was relevant 2000 years ago is equally important now, and…

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Richard Vincent

Richard Vincent

Physics graduate based in London. I’m interested in physics, philosophy, ethics, psychology and insights found at the intersection of these.