Like the Ancient Stoic philosophers from whom he draws inspiration, Marc Libre is concerned with bringing philosophical ideas about virtue and wisdom to bear on his everyday life, while devoted to the practical aspects of his beliefs.
Libre is a doctoral candidate in philosophy with a speciality in moral philosophy. As a graduate student, he became enamored of Stoicism and soon dedicated himself to the study and practice of this Ancient wisdom tradition. In the years since, he has come to develop his own view of the good life, drawing heavily upon Stoics such as Marcus Aurelius, Epictetus, and Seneca, but also infusing their views with other ideas from throughout the history of ethics, including especially Existentialism.
Besides his dissertation in moral philosophy, currently in progress, Marc is working on a series of books outlining the Stoic view of the good life and how it can be attained. He is interested above all in communicating the joy in these philosophies, and in providing practical guides for how his readers can incorporate these elements into their own lives.
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by Marc Libre
In this book of meditative practices and exercises, Marc Libre provides insight into the ancient Stoic school of philosophy. Since becoming a “convert” to Stoicism, Libre has incorporated the view into his daily life. Here, he passes on some perspectives and mantras to introduce the reader to the ancient mindful wisdom that Stoicism has to offer.
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