The Stoics Worldview

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The stoics philosopher believed in life, many obstacles will be thrown our way that are not within our control. In many cases, these incidents can make one’s life difficult-whether it be by death, illness, unemployment or a natural disaster. Unfortunately, the Stoics imply that we have little to no control over the difficult situations that confront us. The one thing that is feasible to do is to act in a way that promotes a change in one’s emotions and desires in our actions. On this view, the stoics worldview is rational and structured. By changing the perception of what contributes happiness and virtue in response to an environmental crisis.
Anger, of course, is a negative emotion. Anger is a choice. These emotions only lead to negative
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