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Ian Campbell , Stoicism and Bipolar Disorder (2018)
Martha Everett, Using Actors' Techniques as Stoic Exercises (2018)
Christopher Fisher , Self-Coherence: The Fundamental Intuition of Stoicism (2013)
Christopher Fisher, Prosoche: Illuminating the Path of the Prokopton (2013)
Ryan Jenkins, Is the Cosmos Conscious and Providential? (2017)
Bob Judge, Favorite Quotes from Antiquity (2016)
John R. R. Knighton , Stoicism for Those in Despair (2016)
Steen Nielsen , Hypomnemata and the Humorist (2018)
Joao Ribeiro, Some Logical Reasonings About Schizophrenia (2019)
William O. Stephens , Stoicism and the Philosophies of the Jedi and the Sith (2013)
Scott Stoddard, Polygamy, Faith, and Reason (2019)
Manolo Trueba, Some Reflections about Stoic Ethics at Work (2013)
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