The Stoic Way of Nature: A Pagan Spiritual Path
Keywords:neo-paganism, stoicism, philosophy
AbstractStoicism doesn’t have all the answers. It doesn’t even have all the questions. But it has some very good answers to some important questions - sensible answers to questions people still ask today, in spite of two thousand years of Christianity and a century of psychotherapy.
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