Word: stoicism

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Synonyms: stoicism

patience, forbearance, resignation, fortitude, endurance, acceptance, tolerance, phlegm, stolidity, stolidness

Translations: stoicism

spanish
estoicismo


german
gleichmut

french
stoïquement

italian
stoicismo, lo stoicismo, stoica

portuguese
estoicismo, o estoicismo, do estoicismo, austeridade

dutch
stoïcisme, gelatenheid, het Stoïcisme, stoïcijns, stoïcijnse houding

russian
стоицизм

norwegian
Stoikerne

swedish
stoicismen

finnish
Stoalaisuus

danish
stoicisme

czech
stoicismus, Stoicizmus

polish
stoicyzm

hungarian
higgadtság, sztoicizmus

turkish
stoacılık, düzeliğinin yerini, acılara göğüs germe, metin olma

greek
στωικότητα, στωικισμό, στωικισμός, η στωικότητα, στωικισμού

ukrainian
стоїцизм, стоіцізм

albanian
stoicizëm

bulgarian
стоицизъм, стоицизма, стоицизмът, твърдост, безразличие към удоволствия

belarusian
стаіцызму, стаіцызмам, стаіцызьме

estonian
stoitsismiks, stoitsismis, stoitsism, ja Stoicism

croatian
stoicizam

lithuanian
Stoicisms, stoicizmas

latvian
stoicisms

macedonian
стоицизам, стоицизмот, стоичкото

romanian
stoicismului, stoicismul, un stoicism

slovenian
stoicizem

slovak
stoicizmus

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The meaning and "use of": stoicism

noun
  • the endurance of pain or hardship without a display of feelings and without complaint.
  • an ancient Greek school of philosophy founded at Athens by Zeno of Citium. The school taught that virtue, the highest good, is based on knowledge, and that the wise live in harmony with the divine Reason (also identified with Fate and Providence) that governs nature, and are indifferent to the vicissitudes of fortune and to pleasure and pain.

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