61: Ward Farnsworth Author of The Practicing Stoic

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We talk about the psychological benefits of applying Stoicism, finding fulfillment in life, and changing bad habits amidst discussion of his chapters on judgments, externals, perspective, death, desire, emotion, and adversity.

Ward Farnsworth is Dean of the University of Texas School of Law. He has written extensively on law, rhetoric, and Chess. His prior books include Farnsworth’s Classical English Rhetoric and Farnsworth’s Classical English Metaphor. His newest book ‘The Practicing Stoic’ released June 2018.

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