The Stoic Jew

How to Avoid Results-Oriented Thinking (Epictetus – Enchiridion 1)

March 03, 2022 Rabbi Matt Schneeweiss Season 7 Episode 10
The Stoic Jew
How to Avoid Results-Oriented Thinking (Epictetus – Enchiridion 1)
Show Notes

Synopsis: In this episode we take a look at a sharper formulation of a familiar and fundamental concept in Stoic decision-making, Mishleic thinking, and gaming strategy.

 Related Rabbi Schneeweiss Content:
 - Keanu Reeves, Free Will, and Results-Oriented Thinking

- Epictetus, Enchiridion (The Handbook) 1
- Koheles 11:1-6
- Julia Galef, cited in Tim Ferriss’s Tribe of Mentors
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