Übersetzung für 'stoicism' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   stoicism | -
SYNO stoicism | stolidity | stolidness
stoicism [equanimity]Gleichmut {m} {f}
stoicismStoizismus {m}
stoicism [equanimity, indifference]stoische Gleichmut {f}
stoicism [equanimity, indifference]stoischer Gleichmut {m}
Neustoizismus {m}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • His thesis was entitled "Influencias del Estoicismo en el Derecho Romano" ("The Influence of Stoicism in Roman Law").
  • Despite his stoicism, Boniface was clearly shaken by the incident.
  • When in 1960 "Queen" magazine invited him to Britain for two months, he documented the idiosyncratic stoicism of the natives of the islands from an American perspective.
  • One of Isaac's most important teachings involves developing "hishtavut", which Aryeh Kaplan describes as equanimity, stoicism, and a total indifference to outside influences.
  • Porter was a self-described pagan, committed to pagan principles of courage, stoicism and commitment to the earth and beauty.

  • A person who is said to have a stiff upper lip displays fortitude and stoicism in the face of adversity, or exercises great self-restraint in the expression of emotion.
  • In 1989, Hollis had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis which increasingly affected his life and work despite his stoicism. He died in 2005 after a year-long battle with cancer.
  • Holiday draws from "Meditations", Aurelius, and the philosophy of stoicism to expand the central theme of the book, which is that how we respond to obstacles is what defines us.
  • Baradwaj Rangan of Filmcompanion performed a comparative analysis of five versions of the movie and praised Ravichandran's performance in the climax for taking "stoicism to zen levels".
  • His character is defined by his loyalty, attention to detail, stoicism, and samurai bushido.

  • Despite his stoicism, Boniface was shaken by the incident.
  • Clapmarius was an early contributor to public law as academic disciple. He attempted a synthesis of historical knowledge, neo-stoicism, and the works of Tacitus.
  • Kluber is well known for his stoicism while on the mound.
  • The main theme of "Satsuma Gishiden" is the desperation and stoicism of the Satsuma samurai in the face of their ordeal.
  • He faced all these accusations with stoicism and resignation.

  • Zsolt has been described as apathetic and cunning, traits that have been credited with helping to keep him alive: "At times his stoicism verges on the distasteful, and there is a complete absence of special pleading."
  • Bartlet is characterized by manifest integrity, quick witticisms, a fierce intellect, and compassionate stoicism.
  • His thought is mainly influenced by stoicism and epicureanism.
  • Stoicism flourished throughout the Roman and Greek world until the 3rd century CE, and among its adherents was Emperor Marcus Aurelius.
  • "Varyag" (also spelled "Variag"; see Varangian for the meaning of the name) (...) was a Russian protected cruiser. "Varyag" became famous for her crew's stoicism at the Battle of Chemulpo Bay.

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