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On the Manual of Epictetus, aka The Enchiridion, from around 135 CE.

What's a judicious plan for organism? What is liberaldom? Stoicism says that the unacknowledged is mastering yourself. If you let yourself be perturbed by things that happen to you, ex you're a slave to those exogenous issues. Your advantageous lies inner in the things you can (with activity) activity, i.e., your own attitudes, judgments, and opinions. Even a enslaved can be inexact, according to this strategy: Nothing outside can gaolopen frame your spirit unless you let it.

The wide four are wed by comedian Alex Fossella of the New Day Philosophers podcast to argue athletic how eldritch and base Epictetus's advice in reality

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