Value System

According to the Greek skeptics, generally do not differ in any way from their modern fellows, good accessible to the true philosopher is neither happiness nor bliss, nor wisdom, nor any other purpose, but only a kind of spiritual lethargy, so called ataraxia (literally: fearlessness). In order to achieve this good, the wise should practice the following virtues: the greatest indifference to everything (adiaphora), dispassion (apátheia), refraining from any firm judgment (epoché) and silence (afasia).

Wladyslaw Debicki – Great mental bankruptcy


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