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Stoic Library

Find serenity, productivity and well being with the philosophy practiced by Roman emperors, world rulers and today's greatest creative minds and entrepreneurs such as multimillionaire Kevin Rose or best selling authors Tim Ferriss or Ryan Holiday

Find serenity, productivity and well being with the philosophy practiced by Roman emperors, world rulers and today's greatest creative minds and entrepreneurs such as multimillionaire Kevin Rose or best selling authors Tim Ferriss or Ryan Holiday

Stoic Library

by Cognitive Bits
Stoic Library
Stoic Library
Stoic Library

What is it about?

Find serenity, productivity and well being with the philosophy practiced by Roman emperors, world rulers and today's greatest creative minds and entrepreneurs such as multimillionaire Kevin Rose or best selling authors Tim Ferriss or Ryan Holiday.

Stoic Library

App Details

Version
2.1
Rating
(76)
Size
24Mb
Genre
Books Reference
Last updated
March 11, 2017
Release date
July 21, 2010
More info

Stoic Library is $1.99 but there are more add-ons

  • $0.99

    Art of the Stoic - full content pack

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App Store Description

Find serenity, productivity and well being with the philosophy practiced by Roman emperors, world rulers and today's greatest creative minds and entrepreneurs such as multimillionaire Kevin Rose or best selling authors Tim Ferriss or Ryan Holiday.

8 major works of the Stoic philosophy are bundled in an unique app that offers automatic Text-to-Voice synthesis, quote bookmarking and page autoscrolling for hands-free reading.

Pay once, get them all:

* Meditations by Marcus Aurelius
* Letters (from a Stoic) by Seneca
* The Golden Sayings of Epictetus
* On Benefits by Seneca
* A Guide to Stoicism by St. George Stock
* The Discourses of Epictetus
* Enchidrion by Epictetus
* On the Shortness of Life(De Brevitate Vitae) by Seneca