“A guide to the good life” – and notes

*Notes on the book towards the end As mentioned before I can't really remember when I was first introduced to stoicism, but I think some of the first stoic texts I read was from Seneca. Shortly after being introduced to stoicism I stumbled upon A Guide to the Good Life: The Ancient Art of Stoic … Continue reading “A guide to the good life” – and notes

Stoic books: Aristotle – The Nichomachean Ethics

I have seen this recommended over and over again, and had kind of been looking forward to getting started with it. Having read book by Seneca and Marcus Aurelius, this was going to be my first encounter with Aristotle. To cut the story kind of short, I was somewhat disappointed. I do not know if … Continue reading Stoic books: Aristotle – The Nichomachean Ethics

Books on psychology, our irrational mind, thinking and decisions

There are several books on the topic of decision-making, a lot more than I will ever read, but here are a couple of recommendations if the topic is of interest to you. If you aren’t interested - maybe you should be. “Surprisingly” we are not as rational as we might think. Our feelings, perceptions and … Continue reading Books on psychology, our irrational mind, thinking and decisions