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Back to Basics (3). Self-Improvement As a Core Value

Self-improvement is the final core value, and so this completes this series of three articles. Stoicism is the ancient philosophy that merges philosophy generally with self-improvement, and perhaps this is why there is so much interest in Stoicism today. Continue reading

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Back to Basics (2). Freedom As a Core Value

Is freedom one of your core values? Why or why not? What is freedom? What’s so great about it? If you are not free, what is blocking your freedom? What can you do to remove the blocks to your freedom, be they personal or societal? Continue reading

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Back to Basics (1). Truth-telling: A Core Value

Truth-telling is a core value, and remains such despite the frequent difficulties of finding out what the truth is and then communicating it. Continue reading

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