Introducing my new online mini-course about the life and teachings of Socrates, which is completely free of charge and designed for newcomers who want to learn more about his philosophy.
This is the text of a ten-minute talk I gave about Socrates to an audience of people who were mostly new to philosophy… My daughter, Poppy, is six years old. She loves Greek mythology. She’s Nova Scotia’s leading expert on Hercules and she loves Wonder Woman – an Amazonian princess created by Zeus. Poppy also […]
This is a draft of a story I wrote for my three-year old daughter, Poppy, because she keeps asking me to tell her more about Socrates.
An excerpt from the forthcoming book Teach yourself Stoicism (2013), about the exemplary “good death” of Socrates and its importance to Stoicism.
Public enemy number one?
The Axiochus is a Pseudo-Platonic dialogue, unusual in that it portrays Socrates delivering a philosophical consolation to someone about to die, which draws on Stoic and Epicurean themes.
Announcing The Philosophy of CBT (2010), now available online from Amazon and other retailers, and providing an update on reviews, etc.