Stoicism Definition

stōĭ-sĭzəm
noun
Indifference to pleasure or pain; stoical behavior.
Webster's New World
The philosophical system of the Stoics.
Webster's New World
Stoicism is defined as enduring pleasure or pain without showing emotion.
When you neither react when you get burned badly nor react when you win the lottery, this is an example of stoicism.
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A school of philosophy during the Roman Empire that emphasized reason as a means of understanding the natural state of things, or logos, and as a means of freeing oneself from emotional distress.

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stoicism
Plural:
stoicisms

Origin of Stoicism

  • From stoic +"Ž -ism

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