Tag: Simon J. E. Drew

Introducing The Poet & The Sage

In this episode Simon Drew introduces his first published book, The Poet & The Sage, which is now available for pre-order at thewalledgarden.store/products/copy-of-the-poet-the-sage.  About the book: The Poet & The Sage is an esoteric work of deep symbolism and archetypal metaphor. Delivered through the time-tested language of poetry and prose, The Poet & The Sage […]

Kai Whiting & Leonidas Konstantakos | The Circles of Concern

In this episode Kai, Leo and Simon discuss the Stoic principle of the circles of concern. To hear the entire conversation, including the Q&A with other Patreon members who were also in attendance, go to patreon.com/simonjedrew/. About Kai Whiting: Kai Whiting is a researcher and lecturer in sustainability and Stoicism based at UCLouvain, Belgium. He Tweets @kaiwhiting and […]

John Kobik | Living with Purpose and Finding Your Chi

In this episode, Simon speaks with John Kobik — host of the Chi for Yourself Podcast. About John: For 47 of his 70 years, John Kobik has been connected to “the media.” When he was 8 years old he knew what I wanted to do with his life. He began in radio, but he’s also […]

Sharon Lebell | Rescuing Philosophy from the Philosophers, and Virtue from the Sanctimonious

In this episode, Sharon and I discuss our new Patreon/Podcast collaboration: The Walled Garden. This is an idea that we’ve been mulling over for a few months now, and it’s time to spill the beans! You can follow along with new fortnightly episodes at patreon.com/simonjedrew/ About Sharon Lebell: For over 25 years Sharon Lebell’s international […]

The Unity of Virtue with Kai Whiting and Leonidas Konstantakos

Kai Whiting, Leonidas Konstantakos, and Simon Drew discuss the dichotomy of control, followed by a conversation/Q&A with members of Simon’s Patreon community. About Kai Whiting: Kai Whiting is a researcher and lecturer in sustainability and Stoicism based at UCLouvain, Belgium. He Tweets @kaiwhiting and blogs over at StoicKai.com.  About Leonidas Konstantakos: Leonidas Konstantakos is a PhD candidate working on Stoicism […]

Caleb Ontiveros | Finding Calm and Resilience Through Stoicism

Caleb Ontiveros is the founder of Stoa. He received his MA in philosophy from the University of Notre Dame and has worked at several startups. Get the Stoa app: stoameditation.com Caleb’s Website: calebontiveros.com Caleb’s Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/caleb-ontiveros/ Caleb’s Twitter: twitter.com/calebmontiveros/

The Dichotomy of Control with Kai Whiting & Leonidas Konstantakos

Kai Whiting, Leonidas Konstantakos, and Simon Drew discuss the dichotomy of control, followed by a conversation/Q&A with members of Simon’s Patreon community. About Kai Whiting: Kai Whiting is a researcher and lecturer in sustainability and Stoicism based at UCLouvain, Belgium. He Tweets @kaiwhiting and blogs over at StoicKai.com.  About Leonidas Konstantakos: Leonidas Konstantakos is a PhD candidate working on […]

Irene Regini from Satura Lanx | Seneca’s Latin Style

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 […]

Kai Whiting & Leonidas Konstantakos | Teaching the Foundations of Stoicism

Kai Whiting, Leonidas Konstantakos and Simon Drew discuss their upcoming 8-part conversation on the fundamentals of Stoicism. Patrons can attend these conversations and engage in philosophical dialogue and problem-solving. About Kai Whiting: Kai Whiting is a researcher and lecturer in sustainability and Stoicism based at UCLouvain, Belgium. He Tweets @kaiwhiting and blogs over at StoicKai.com.  About Leonidas Konstantakos: […]

Seneca on Learning How to Die (Part III)

“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.