My in-depth elearning course on How to Live Like Socrates is now enrolling! See the main web page for full details:
We’re pleased to announce the creation of a new Facebook discussion group for people interested in Stoicism who are based in the Netherlands, or Flanders, or speak Dutch. Join the Stoicism Netherlands Facebook Group Donald Robertson will also be hosting a free “coffee and Stoicism” meeting on Friday 27th September at 1pm in the Vascobelo coffee shop, […]
I recently contributed a series of articles to the Daily Stoic website, mainly focused on Stoic psychological techniques and their relationship with cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT). First, though, a couple of interviews: Interview: Stoicism and the Art of Happiness Interview: Marcus Aurelius’ Psychological Toolkit Here are three articles on different aspects of Stoic therapy: Stoicism and […]
My latest book How to Think Like a Roman Emperor: The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius was published by St. Martin’s on 2nd April. It was #1 bestseller in philosophy for a couple of weeks, based on industry sales figures, and has been the #1 Amazon new release in Greek and Roman philosophy since publication. […]
There are now lots of online communities for people interested in Stoicism. There are several large communities for Stoic philosophy in general but increasingly more specialized groups have appeared. It’s interesting to see which topics have their own communities now. I run a large Stoicism group called Stoicism Group (Stoic Philosophy), which was founded in […]
The Stoic Warrior is a page dedicated to the philosophy of Stoicism and how it specifically relates to those that serve in and support the military around the world. Stoicism is an ancient western philosophy with its founding in ancient Greece and then popularized in Rome. It is a philosophy of life inspired by Socrates […]
Here’s the transcript of an interview I did recently for Wharton business school radio, along with the transcript. Wharton School Podcast It has been republished on the website of the World Economic Forum. Also see the review of How to Think Like a Roman Emperor in The Wall Street Journal. And there’s an older article […]
Discussion of Stoicism on the Hidden Why Podcast.
The Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius was the last famous Stoic of antiquity. His personal reflections on applying Stoic philosophy to daily life, The Meditations, begin with a chapter contemplating the virtues of his family members and most cherished tutors, including his mother, Domitia Lucilla. Continue reading on Medium.
You can now book tickets for Stoicon and Stoicon-x Athens 2019 and you’ll save 33% by getting the earlybird discount on the standard Stoicon price. See the event listing for full program details.