Tag: Meditation

Prof. Nancy Sherman | The Life & Teachings of Seneca

Prof. Nancy Sherman | The Life & Teachings of Seneca ABOUT OUR GUESTNancy 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, and Stoic Warriors.  From 1997-1999, she served as inaugural holder of the Distinguished Chair in Ethics […]

Benjamin Cawthra | The Life & Philosophy of Miles Davis

Benjamin Cawthra | The Life & Philosophy of Miles Davis ABOUT OUR GUESTBenjamin Cawthra is a twentieth-century U.S. cultural historian. He also teaches public history and has experience in the museum field. His book Blue Notes in Black and White examines the evolving representation of jazz subjects from the swing era of the 1930s to the black […]

Stephen Jenkinson | The Logos, Poetry & Prophecy

Stephen Jenkinson | The Logos, Poetry & Prophecy ABOUT OUR GUESTStephen is a teacher, author, storyteller, spiritual activist, and founder of Orphan Wisdom, a teaching house for skills of deep living and making human culture that are mandatory in endangered, endangering times. He makes books, tends farm and mends broken handles and fences, succumbs to […]

David Richards | From the U.S. Marines to Author & Yoga Instructor

David Richards | From the U.S. Marines to Author & Yoga Instructor ABOUT OUR GUESTDavid Richards is a life-strategist, #1 international best-selling author, and speaker on personal development. He spent his early childhood living in various parts of the United States and three years living on the island of Okinawa, Japan.  After graduating university with […]

Gregory B. Sadler | Stoicism & Anger Management

Gregory B. Sadler | Stoicism & Anger Management ABOUT OUR GUESTGreg Sadler is a practical philosopher who offers consulting, coaching, and speaking through his company ReasonIO.  He is also the editor of Stoicism Today, co-host of the radio show Wisdom for Life, and the producer of the Half Hour Hegel series.  His popular YouTube channel […]

Prof. Joseph Siracusa | The History & Utility of Diplomacy

Prof. Joseph Siracusa | The History & Utility of Diplomacy ABOUT OUR GUESTProfessor Joseph Siracusa is the Professor of Human Security and International Diplomacy at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Melbourne. He’s also the President Emeritus of Australia’s Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. Born and raised in Chicago and a long time […]

Richard Heinberg | Consumerism, Sustainability & the Coming Corrections

Richard Heinberg | Consumerism, Sustainability & the Coming Corrections ABOUT OUR GUESTRichard Heinberg is Senior Fellow of Post Carbon Institute and author of several books on energy and the environment, including Afterburn: Society Beyond Fossil Fuels, and, with David Fridley, Our Renewable Future. His upcoming book is Power: Humanity’s Quest for Ability, Control, Influence, and […]

Michael Tremblay | The Life & Teachings of Epictetus

Michael Tremblay | The Life & Teachings of Epictetus ABOUT OUR GUESTMichael Tremblay is a PhD. student in philosophy at Queen’s University, Kingston. Before going to Queen’s University he completed a B.A. and M.A. in philosophy at Carleton University in Ottawa. During his time at Carleton he wrote a Master’s thesis on the Stoic Epictetus. […]

Will Johncock & Kai Whiting | Sociology, The Stoic God & Climate Change

Will Johncock & Kai Whiting | Sociology, The Stoic God & Climate Change ABOUT OUR GUESTSWill Johncock is the author of Stoic Philosophy and Social Theory (Palgrave MacMillan 2020). This book is a comparative study of ancient Stoic philosophy and modern social theory, the primary topic concerning how as individuals we are also socially/communally constituted and […]

Bob Cymber & Dr. Dobbie Herrion | Building Resilience in the Younger Generation with Stoicism

Bob Cymber & Dr. Dobbie Herrion | Building Resilience in the Younger Generation with Stoicism ABOUT OUR GUESTSBob Cymber is a middle school English teacher and co-founder of Behavior Mods in St. Louis, Missouri. He has been practicing Stoicism regularly for about five years. He received his bachelor of arts in philosophy from Webster University […]