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In this episode, we talk with Mick Mulroy about philosophy, soldiering, and where the two intersect.
Mick is the co-founder of Lobo Institute, a private firm consulting, advising, and teaching on current and future conflicts. Mulroy is a former United States Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for the Middle East, a retired Central Intelligence Agency Paramilitary Operations Officer, and United States Marine. In addition, he is a ...
In this episode, we speak to Ben Aldridge about anxiety, premeditation, and voluntary discomfort.
Ben is the author of How to Be Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable: 43 Weird & Wonderful Ways to Build a Strong Resilient Mindset. Ben’s challenges encourage getting uncomfortable and experiencing personal growth.
You can learn more at his website, and find him on Instagram and Twitter.
Also, our friends at Classical Wisdom will be...
In this episode, we talk with Mick Mulroy about philosopher kings, ethics, and wisdom.
Mick is the co-founder of Lobo Institute, a private firm consulting, advising, and teaching on current and future conflicts. Mulroy is a former United States Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for the Middle East, a retired Central Intelligence Agency Paramilitary Operations Officer, and United States Marine. In addition, he is a Senior Fellow ...
In this episode, I talk with Chris Gill about social responsibility, environmentalism, and cultural change.
Chris has been a member of the Modern Stoicism team since its inception in 2012, and is Emeritus Professor of Ancient Thought at the University of Exeter.
Check out some of Chris' other work at:
Book list: amazon.co.uk
Interview with The Daily Stoic: https://dailystoic.com/christopher-gill-interview/
Interview with The Stoic F...
In this episode, I talk to Anya Leonard about reading the classics, and what Stoics can learn from them.
Anya is a founder and director of Classical Wisdom - a site dedicated to bringing ancient wisdom to modern minds.
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And check out Classical Wisdom Speaks, the official podcast of Cl...
This week is just a short episode to announce the contest winners, and announce a few other pieces of news before we take a mid-season break.
Our contest winners for last week's episode 10 are:
I want to thank everyone who wrote us a comment on the blog post for Episode 10! It was very much appreciated, and it's really wonderful to know that our podcast is adding value to those of you listening!
This week, Adam the host gets interviewed by his friend Cecily about the podcast, how it got started, his personal practice, and much more!
If you'd like to be entered into the draw to win one of 3 books signed by Donald Robertson, here's what you do:
1) Head over to www.modernstoicism.com
2) Go to the Stoicism Today blog post about today's episode
3) Leave us a comment telling us what you think about the podcast, or what y...
In this episode, I talk to Tara Klippert about how stoicism can be applied to health and nutrition.
Tara is a digital marketing specialist, and a registered health and nutrition counselor, and is the owner of Foods And Feels Wellness.
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In this episode I talk to Kasey Pierce, about comics, life, and Stoicism.
Kasey is a comic book author and editor, and the latest issue of her book Norah can now be found in comic stores.
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If you'd like to leave a comment for us about the podcast you've heard today, head over to https://modernstoicism.com/podcast-7-...
In this episode, I talk to Brittany Polat about oikeiosis, what the ancient Stoics called the natural progression toward virtue.
Brittany is an author, blogger, and parent, and I highly recommend her first book, Tranquility Parenting: A Guide to Staying Calm, Mindful, and Engaged.
Check out Brittany Polat at:
Upcoming project: http://www.livinginagreement.com
In this episode, I talk to Greg Sadler about Modern Stoicism, the Stoicism Today Blog, and grassroots activities in the modern Stoicism movement.
Greg is the editor of Stoicism Today, a certified philosophical counselor, he teaches at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, and he is a Team Member of Modern Stoicism.
Check out Greg Sadler at:
YouTube: Gregory B. Sadler
In this episode, I talk to Chuck Chakrapani about Musonius Rufus. Chuck and I talk about Musonius' writings, his history in the political arena, and how to apply his writings to life today.
Chuck is the president of Leger Analytics, a distinguished visiting professor at Ryerson University, and Editor of The Stoic Gym.
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In this episode, I talk to my friend David McFadzean about the application of Stoic principles to management and leadership in the workplace.
David has worked in software engineering for over 30 years, and he and I met working on a robotic, neurosurgical device in Toronto. David has been a practicing Stoic since 2011, and he introduced me to Modern Stoicism. We formed our own Stoic practice group together, the Stoic Avengers.
In our second full episode, I talk to Massimo Pigliucci about the premeditation of adversity.
Massimo is a professor of philosophy at The City College of New York, an author, and a podcaster.
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In our very first full episode, I talk to Donald Robertson about Marcus Aurelius, Alexander the great, and some of the key themes of Marcus' work.
Author, trainer, writer, Donald has written many books, blog posts, and articles on the subject of Stoicism, and he leads online courses on Stoicism and Marcus Aurelius as well.
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This episode is just a quick introduction to the podcast, explaining our intent and goals.
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First full episode, coming soon!
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Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.