Stoic texts, resources, and more

Stoicism Resources

One can never get enough resources on their journey through Stoicism. That's why we created this list.

Stoic Communities


Blogs about Stoicism

MettaStoic Blog

Learn more about the MettaStoic website. Through this blog, we'll be posting updates about the site, books, etc.

Modern Stoicism

A blog from the people behind Stoicon and Stoic Week.

Donald Robertson's Blog

Donald Robertson is at the front of the Stoic Week movement. Author of numerous books, including: Stoicism and the Art of Happiness, The Philosophy of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and an upcoming book: How to Think Like a Roman Emperor: The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius.

Donald has just released a new blog: Philosophy as a Way of Life, Stoic Philosophy for Modern Living. Various writers have had their articles published here, it's worth checking out.

How to be a Stoic

A blog from Massimo Pigliucci, philosopher, and author of the book How to be a Stoic.

Practical Stoicism

Practical Stoicism is a blog created by Ramses Rudolph. It is rooted in teaching you how to think clearly and approaching life's challenges positively.


Ryan Holiday's blog, author of many popular books, including: The Obstacle is the Way, The Daily Stoic, and Ego is the Enemy, among others.

Mountain Stoic

From the about section: Kevin is a graduate of the SES Course and the Marcus Aurelius School, a Fellow of the College of Stoic Philosophers, and Tutor at the MA School; and was a student of the now-defunct Chrysippus School of Theology.

Immoderate Stoic

From the about section: Matt Van Natta writes fiction, drinks coffee, beer, and whiskey, and contemplates the human condition. His writings have been featured on Spiritual Naturalist Society and Stoicism Today. They were also included in Stoicism Today: Selected Writings Vol 1 and Vol 2. His ramblings can be read here and heard on the podcast Good Fortune.

Traditional Stoicism

A blog created by Chris Fisher, who says: Traditional Stoics consider the physics and theology of Stoicism an essential part of this philosophical way of life.

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