Suggested readings, #66

Here it is, your weekly rundown of interesting articles I’ve come across recently, to consider for your weekend readings:

What you can learn from the longest study conducted on aging. (Medium)

Montaigne fled the plague, and found himself. As disease and war ravaged the nation, he left town and invented the essay. [Of course, he could afford to flee…] (New York Times)

Why fairness matters more than equality – three ways to think philosophically about justice. (The Conversation)

The Golden Rule in Stoicism. How Stoic philosophy teaches us to treat others. (Medium)

Philosophy in prison: an introduction. (The View magazine)

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Massimo

Massimo is the K.D. Irani Professor of Philosophy at the City College of New York. He blogs at platofootnote.org and howtobeastoic.org. He is the author of How to Be a Stoic: Using Ancient Philosophy to Live a Modern Life.

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