What is stoicism
Part of speech: noun, (male)Hyphenation:
- Sto | i | zis | mus, no plural
- IPA: [ˌƩtoiˈt͡sɪsmʊs], also: [ˌstoiˈt͡sɪsmʊs]
- 1) Philosophy: Greco-Roman school of philosophy from around 300 BC. until 200 AD, whose ideal is the wise man who lives according to nature, controls the affects, bears suffering stoically, composed, and is content with virtue as the only source of happiness
- 1) “The stoicism should later acquire great importance for Roman culture. "
- 1) “The stoicism teaches a materialistic pantheism almost throughout: God, as a kind of world soul, carries the germinal forces of everything that happens [...]. The stoicism also teaches the equality of all people and a certain cosmopolitanism. "
- 1) elderly / middle / later stoicism
- 1) stoic, stoic, stoic
- Nominative: singular stoicism; Plural —
- Genitive: singular stoicism; Plural —
- Dative: singular stoicism; Plural —
- Accusative: singular stoicism; Plural —
- English: 1) stoicism
- Esperanto: 1) stoikismo
- Dutch: 1) stoïcisme (neuter)
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„Steinmeier knows that politics seldom consists of breakthroughs, but rather of small, laboriously achieved progress. That is noticeable in that stoicismwith which he promotes democracy.“
sueddeutsche.de, December 23, 2018
„Whether it comes to civil war depends on the degree of stoicism that prevails among the unfortunate multitudes.“
Contra Magazin, January 14, 2021
„Images of war and terrorist attacks are now available in real time. But how do you best deal with them? In answering this question, the stoicism help.“
sueddeutsche.de, November 03, 2020
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Entries from our dictionary containing "stoicism":
peace: ... unity, agreement, harmony, agreement 4) Relaxation, calm, silence 5) Peace of mind, stoicism Opposite words: 1) War Subordinate terms: 1) ...
stoic:… [ˈƩtoːɪʃ], [ˈstoːɪʃ] Meaning of the word / definition: 1) no increase: regarding the stoa or stoicism 2) transferred: steadfast, indifferent ...
estoic: Philosophy: concerning the stoa / stoicism, stoic 2) general: calm, calm, indifferent, stoic Translations German: 1) concerning the stoa / stoicism, stoic; 2) calm, serene, indifferent, stoic
estoïcisme: estoïcisme (Catalan) Part of speech: noun, (masculine) Word meaning / Definition: 1) Philosophy: stoicism Translations See translations under Stoicism
Stoa: Stoic, stoicism, stoic translations English: stoa French: stoa Italian: stoa Catalan: stoá, estoa Dutch: 2) stoa, stoïcisme
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The following terms
Stok (German) Stok is an outdated spelling of Stokes.
Stokes (German) Part of speech: noun, (neuter) cases: nominative: singular Stokes; Plural Stokes genitive: singular Stokes; ...
stole (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular stole; Plural stoles genitive: singular stole; ...
Stolberg (German) Part of speech: noun, (neuter), part of speech: toponym Cases: nominative: singular (das) Stolberg; Plural - ...
Stolbergs (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Stol | bergs Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈʃtɔlˌbɛʁks]…
Stoles (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: Sto | len Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈʃtoːlən],…
Pride charges (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular -; Plural the stol fees genitive: singular -; ...
Stolica Apostolska (Polish) part of speech: noun, part of speech: word combination, (female) hyphenation: Sto | li | ca A | po | stol | ska, none ...
Stollberg (German) Part of speech: noun, (neuter), part of speech: toponym Cases: nominative: singular (das) Stollberg; Plural - ...
Stollbergs (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Stoll | bergs Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈʃtɔlˌbɛʁks]…
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