Both Stoicism and Buddhism offer a sophisticated world-view, theory of mind, practices, and commonsense guidance to live a joyful and flourishing life based on love and wisdom. The goal of this Stoa Buddhist Philosophy Group is to introduce the possibility of integrating the two philosophical traditions into one singular teaching and practice so that participants can receive the benefits from both traditions. Although our group does require some reading as part of the learning process, this is not an academic group; the focus will be on applying the synthesized teachings into daily practice.
LINKS TO ONLINE ARTICLES & PODCASTS
Stoicism, Buddhism, And Evolutionary Psychology: An Interview with Robert Wright
Do Buddhists Have Fellow Travelers in the Stoics?
Moral Practice in Late Stoicism and Buddhist Practice
Ancient Wisdom: How the Buddhist and Stoics Stay Emotionally Strong
The Best Strategies for Self-assessment, According to Buddhist and Stoic Philosophy
What is the Difference between Buddhism and Stoicism?
Stoicism, Buddhism, and Psychotherapy (Podcast)
Stoic Zen and Stuff
Buddhism, Epicureanism, and Stoicism
Early Buddhist Mindfulness and Stoic Mindfulness (Podcast)
Stoicism in the time of pandemic: How Marcus Aurelius can help
Lecture on Buddhist and Stoic approaches to flourishing, University of Sussex (Podcast)