Issue #6 - Self-Coherence: The Fundamental Intuition of Stoicism by Christopher Fisher,
Self-coherence is a disposition of the soul where your Self—your guiding principle or rational nature—is united with universal Reason, universal Nature, and humanity as a whole. Self-coherence is the fulfillment of the Stoic maxim "live according to Nature."
Issue #5 - Epictetus, Jesus, and the Fig Tree by Gregory Wasson, MA., "Jesus often employed illustrative parables in his teachings, but he was not, in fact, the only spiritual or philosophical figure who adopted parable as an important teaching tool."
Issue #4 - Stoic Glossary by Gregory Wasson, MA., [Editor] "In my bookcase full of Stoic philosophy books I have never been able to find a pronunciation guide for the many Greek and Latin words we Stoics use every day. It's been a source of frustration to me for years. Now, we have one . . . ."
Issue #3 - Aging Well by Beatrix Murrell, "Many of the great Stoic thinkers, like Seneca, were quite down-to-earth and talked in a universal language that holds meaning for most of us today. These philosophers spoke to and wrote for their friends, for the citizenry of the Greco-Roman world, and maybe they just might speak to us"!
Issue #2 - The Conscious Cosmos by John Brown, MD., "Many atheist Stoics have disagreed with the ancient orthodox Stoic belief that the cosmos is a conscious, living entity. There are several ways the orthodox Stoic conception may be defended . . . . "
Issue #1 - The Laughing Stoic by John Barnett, PhD., "Chrysippus of Soli was the third head of the Stoic school. Legend has it that when he was 73 years old, he saw a donkey eating a plate of figs from a table in a garden. When the lady of the house came out and saw the donkey had eaten her figs . . . "