Interview: Walter J. Matweychuk on Marcus Aurelius

How would you introduce yourself and your work to our readers? I am a clinical psychologist and work at the University of Pennsylvania. I practice psychotherapy and train psychologists to do psychotherapy. I teach, at New York University, a graduate-level course on cognitive behavior therapy. I author books on this therapy and maintain a website […]

Interview: Jules Evans on Marcus Aurelius

How would you introduce yourself and your work to our readers? I’m a British writer, author of Philosophy for Life (2012) and The Art of Losing Control (2017), and one of the original organizers of Modern Stoicism. I’ve done Stoic-themed workshops with lots of audiences, including Saracens rugby club, who I’ve worked with for the […]

Interview with Massimo Pigliucci about Marcus Aurelius

How would you introduce yourself and your work to our readers? I am the K.D. Irani professor of philosophy at the City College of New York. My background is in evolutionary biology and philosophy of science, and my professional interests include the logical structure of evolutionary theory and the nature of pseudoscience. How did you […]

Interview: Chuck Chakrapani on Marcus Aurelius

How would you introduce yourself and your work to our readers? I am a psychologist by education and a data scientist by profession. I have also been a long-term, inconsistent Stoic practitioner of no particular distinction or significance. I’m reluctant to call myself a Stoic for two reasons: One, I feel it’s presumptuous on my […]

Interview: John Sellars on Marcus Aurelius

How would you introduce yourself and your work to our readers? I’m an academic who writes about Stoicism and the later reception of Stoicism. My first book The Art of Living (2003) was about the way in which the Stoics saw philosophy as something expressed in one’s way of life. My second book Stoicism (2006) […]

Interview: Scott Perry on Marcus Aurelius

How would you introduce yourself and your work to our readers? I’m a husband, father, teacher, and musician from Floyd, VA USA. My lifelong study and affection for Stoic philosophy benefits my life, relationships, and work including my book, The Stoic Creative Handbook, my coaching practice, my membership site, my podcast, and my work as […]