Seneca’s Of Anger Ft. Wonder Lady pt.7
Seventh episode of my “Snarky Philosophy” experiment, where Wonder Lady and I discuss Seneca’s “Of Anger”
This video covers section 13 of the Stoic essay, furthering examining the use of anger and how it compares or contrasts to other frenzied states, such has being drunk or in fear.
We ask the questions:
Does being angry make one braver, or does it inhibit courage?
Is anger a weakened state?
We also take some time to analyze philosophy, the Stoics, Seneca and the text itself to determine usefulness, context, and where these principles may be most adequately applied.
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✴ Link to source reading:
✴ More reading: Roman Legion Shield Formation (The testudo)
Different Eras of Stoicism and their key teachers.
✴ Marcus Aurelius