• Stoicism for Inner Peace

    How can ancient philosophy help us with today's worries and stresses?

This book explores just that.

The ancient Stoics were deeply concerned with the virtue of equanimity. Equanimity or ‘inner peace’ is a prerequisite for being a happy and flourishing person according to Stoic philosophy. Therefore, it’s no surprise that ancient Stoic texts contain invaluable wisdom on how to calm the mind. The challenge, however, is to find and translate this wisdom in a way that’s simple and comprehensible in our modern context, while still maintaining its profundity. This book offers you:
Collected works on inner peace

Collected works on inner peace

Due to their popularity, Einzelgänger decided to revise a selection of YouTube video essays, and release them in book format. Not only have all the texts been re-edited and improved, many of them have been extended, and two unreleased pieces about ‘loneliness’ and ‘guilt’ have been added to the collection.

Stoicism for today's challenges

Stoicism for today's challenges

A part of this book was written during the chaotic COVID-19 outbreak, elaborating on what the Stoics would advice in such times of crisis, panic, and financial hardship. Today's challenges, however, are nothing new. Marcus Aurelius, for example, faced the Antonine Plague, and Seneca had some wise words to say about wealth and poverty. Hence, the wisdom of the Stoics is timeless, and resonates with today's hardships.

Stoic exercises for inner peace

Stoic exercises for inner peace

Modern Stoics use exercises, like the 'praemeditation malorum' and the 'view from above' to put Stoicism into practice. This book explains these exercises, including the philosophical ideas that underpin them.

This book explores just that.

Stoicism for Inner Peace

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