Irene Regini teaches Greek and Latin, and she’s constantly trying to get better at both. That’s why she’s founded Satura Lanx, where she shares short Latin lessons and courses. She also has a podcast on easy Latin, hoping that they are useful to those who are just beginning learning Latin, or who already know the […]
“Memento Mori” is the phrase commonly used in Stoicism to encourage remembrance of death and of what death means in relation to our lives, and in this episode, Simon continues the discussion on Seneca’s thoughts about death and learning how to die.
“Memento Mori” is the phrase commonly used in Stoicism to encourage a remembrance of death and of what death means in relation to our lives, and in this episode Simon continues the discussion on Seneca’s thoughts about death and learning how to die.
Robin Waterfield is a British classical scholar, translator, and editor, specializing in Ancient Greek philosophy. His books include, among many others, Why Socrates Died – Dispelling the Myths, Creators, Conquerers and Citizens – A History of Ancient Greece, The Greek Myths – Stories of the Greek Gods and Heroes Vividly Retold, and now by far the […]
Brittany Polat is the author of Tranquility Parenting: A Guide to Staying Calm, Mindful, and Engaged. She holds a Ph.D. in applied linguistics but currently researches and writes about Stoic psychology and philosophy. Brittany’s latest project is Living in Agreement, where she applies her lifelong interest in human nature to the discourse and practice of […]
Nancy Sherman is University Professor and Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown University. Sherman is a New York Times Notable Author. Her books include Afterwar, The Untold War, Stoic Warriors, and now Stoic Wisdom. From 1997-1999, she served as the inaugural holder of the Distinguished Chair in Ethics at the US Naval Academy, designing and teaching […]
About Leo: Leonidas Konstantakos is a PhD candidate working on Stoicism and International Relations, especially Stoic just war theory. He, along with Kai Whiting, is the co-author of “Being Better, Stoicism for a World Worth Living in”. About the book: Twenty-three centuries ago, in a marketplace in Athens, Zeno of Citium, the founder of Stoicism, […]
Kathryn Koromilas is a writer, educator and co-organiser and host of Stoicon-x Women 2021. She presented at Stoicon-x Athens, 2019 on journaling practices and hosted a 4-hour “Journaling with the Stoics” discussion/workshop as a Stoicon-x 2020. She’s the host of the Stoic Salon, a Facebook group dedicated to reading and writing with the Stoics, and […]
Kai Whiting is a researcher and lecturer in sustainability and Stoicism based at UCLouvain, Belgium. He Tweets @kaiwhiting and blogs over at StoicKai.com. He is the co-author of Being Better | Stoicism for a World Worth Living In. About the book: Twenty-three centuries ago, in a marketplace in Athens, Zeno of Citium, the founder of Stoicism, built his […]
In this episode Simon speaks to Australian-Chinese conductor, Dane Lam. About Dane Lam: Dane Lam was appointed Associate Music Director and Resident Conductor at Opera Queensland in December 2020, a position created specifically for him and the first of its kind in the company’s history. He is the Principal Conductor and Artistic Director of China’s Xi’an […]