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EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 1.18.21
Who then is invincible ? The one who cannot be upset by anything outside their reasoned choice.
EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 1.18.21
Who then is invincible? The one who cannot be upset by anything outside their reasoned choice. 
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 1.18.21
EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 1.18.21
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 1.22.10
We control our reasoned choice and all acts that depend on that moral will. What’s not under our control are the body...
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EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 1.22.10
We control our reasoned choice and all acts that depend on that moral will. What’s not under our control are the body and any of its parts, our possessions, parents, siblings, children, or country  - anything with which we might associate. 
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 1.22.10
EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 1.22.10
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 1.29.1–3
The essence of good is a certain kind of reasoned choice; just as the essence of evil is another kind. What about...
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EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 1.29.1–3
The essence of good is a certain kind of reasoned choice; just as the essence of evil is another kind. What about externals, then? They are only the raw material for our reasoned choice, which finds its own good or evil in working with them. How will it find the good? Not by marveling at the material! For if judgments about the material are straight that makes our choices good, but if those judgments are twisted, our choices turn bad. 
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 1.29.1–3
EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 1.29.1–3
SENECA, THE BREVITY OF LIFE, 3.3b
How many have laid waste to your life when you weren’t aware of what you were losing, how much was wasted in...
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SENECA
THE BREVITY OF LIFE, 3.3b
How many have laid waste to your life when you weren’t aware of what you were losing, how much was wasted in pointless grief, foolish joy, greedy desire, and social amusements - how little of your own was left to you? You will realize you are dying before your time! 
SENECA, THE BREVITY OF LIFE, 3.3b
SENECA
THE BREVITY OF LIFE, 3.3b
SENECA, ON TRANQUILITY OF MIND, 12.5
Let all your efforts be directed to something, let it keep that end in view. It’s not activity that disturbs people...
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SENECA
TRANQUILITY OF MIND, 12.5
Let all your efforts be directed to something, let it keep that end in view. It’s not activity that disturbs people, but false conceptions of things that drive them mad.
SENECA, ON TRANQUILITY OF MIND, 12.5
SENECA
TRANQUILITY OF MIND, 12.5
SENECA, ON CONSOLATION TO HELVIA, 12. 1.b–2
Let’s pass over to the really rich - how often the occasions they look just like the poor! When they travel abroad they...
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SENECA
CONSOLATION TO HELVIA, 12. 1.b–2
Let’s pass over to the really rich - how often the occasions they look just like the poor! When they travel abroad they must restrict their baggage, and when haste is necessary, they dismiss their entourage. And those who are in the army, how few of their possessions they get to keep . . .
SENECA, ON CONSOLATION TO HELVIA, 12. 1.b–2
SENECA
CONSOLATION TO HELVIA, 12. 1.b–2
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EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 1.18.21
Who then is invincible ? The one who cannot be upset by anything outside their reasoned choice.
EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 1.18.21
Who then is invincible? The one who cannot be upset by anything outside their reasoned choice. 
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 1.18.21
EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 1.18.21
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 1.22.10
We control our reasoned choice and all acts that depend on that moral will. What’s not under our control are the body and any of its parts, our possessions, parents, siblings,...
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EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 1.22.10
We control our reasoned choice and all acts that depend on that moral will. What’s not under our control are the body and any of its parts, our possessions, parents, siblings, children, or country  - anything with which we might associate. 
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 1.22.10
EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 1.22.10
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 1.29.1–3
The essence of good is a certain kind of reasoned choice; just as the essence of evil is another kind. What about externals, then ? They are only the raw material for our reasoned...
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EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 1.29.1–3
The essence of good is a certain kind of reasoned choice; just as the essence of evil is another kind. What about externals, then? They are only the raw material for our reasoned choice, which finds its own good or evil in working with them. How will it find the good? Not by marveling at the material! For if judgments about the material are straight that makes our choices good, but if those judgments are twisted, our choices turn bad. 
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 1.29.1–3
EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 1.29.1–3
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 2.1.12
For if a person shifts their caution to their own reasoned choices and the acts of those choices, they will at the same time gain the will to avoid, but if they shift their caution away from ...
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EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 2.1.12
For if a person shifts their caution to their own reasoned choices and the acts of those choices, they will at the same time gain the will to avoid, but if they shift their caution away from their own reasoned choices to things not under their control, seeking to avoid what is controlled by others, they will then be agitated, fearful, and unstable.
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 2.1.12
EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 2.1.12
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 2.1.21–23a
What is the fruit of these teachings ? Only the most beautiful and proper harvest of the truly educated - tranquility, fearlessness, and freedom. We should not trust the masses who say only...
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EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 2.1.21–23a
What is the fruit of these teachings? Only the most beautiful and proper harvest of the truly educated - tranquility, fearlessness, and freedom. We should not trust the masses who say only the free can be educated, but rather the lovers of wisdom who say that only the educated are free. 
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 2.1.21–23a
EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 2.1.21–23a
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 2.13.1
When I see an anxious person, I ask myself, what do they want ? For if a person wasn’t wanting something outside of their own control, why would they be stricken by anxiety...
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EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 2.13.1
When I see an anxious person, I ask myself, what do they want? For if a person wasn’t wanting something outside of their own control, why would they be stricken by anxiety?
EPICTETUS, DISCOURSES, 2.13.1
EPICTETUS
DISCOURSES, 2.13.1