In this forty-second episode of the Wisdom for Life radio show, hosts Dan Hayes and Greg Sadler tackle a common misconception of Stoic philosophy, namely that it involves withdrawing from the world and from other people, in order to insulate oneself from negative experiences and emotions.  This would mean that Stoicism would be incompatible with caring or concern for other people, and that would be strange, given that classic Stoics life Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius made love, affection, and concern for others central to their own teachings and practice. So, how can a person practice Stoicism and still cultivate healthy relationships with other people?  That's what this episode delves into in depth
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