Summary, analysis, and review of Ryan Holiday's and Stephen Hanselman's The Daily Stoic by Instaread.
The Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday and Stephen Hanselman is an introduction to the practical application of Stoic philosophy in the format of a daily devotional. Often derided as discouraging emotion, Stoicism is a philosophy that encourages discipline, fortitude, and control of perceptions. The greatest possession of a Stoic is reasoned choice, which cannot be taken away.
There are three disciplines in the practice of Stoicism. Perception is the first discipline; it focuses on the need for accurate and unbiased observation of the world. This requires clarity of thought free from external influences or extreme emotions. This internal peace is reflected in the Stoic's externally calm demeanor. A Stoic must be self-aware and have an unbiased perception of himself or herself.
Action is the second discipline of Stoicism. Stoics act in the best interest of the self and others according to their values and the character they want to cultivate....
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