I’ve been regularly producing episodes of my Stoic Philosophy series on SoundCloud and YouTube and will soon be including guests.
My Stoic Philosophy series explores the philosophical tradition of Stoicism with goals to inform, empower, and help others benefit from the practical wisdom of Ancient Greek, Roman, and modern thinkers. I tackle many topics including handling adversity, finding meaning in life, working toward contentment, dealing with change, anger, and gratitude.
My first guest will be Dr. William Irwin — chair of the Philosophy department at King’s College in Pennsylvania — who will talk with me about parallels between Existentialism and Stoic Philosophy drawing upon themes in his recent book ‘The Free Market Existentialist: Capitalism Without Consumerism.’
I’ll also be talking with Dr. David Kyle Johnson — Associate Professor of Philosophy at King’s College in Pennsylvania — for an episode titled ‘The Benefits of Philosophy.’ Johnson recently was discussed in an article in which Bill Nye the Science Guy talked about Johnson’s works being influential.
The author of ‘Thumbing Through Thoreau,’ Kenny Luck, will appear on an upcoming episode to talk about parallels between Stoic Philosophy and the works of Henry David Thoreau.
Stay tuned for upcoming content with these three thinkers and feel free to contact me with questions for upcoming guests or suggestions for podcast guests.
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I will be hosting a free open-to-the-public Stoic Philosophy discussion group on the topic of friendship on May 21, 2017 in Willow Grove, PA. More details are here.