The guide for life we wish we had... In a similar approach to the Marcus Aurelius' Meditations for Modern Life podcast, but with the shared thoughts of co-hosts Adam Bates and Jamie Keeling adding the dynamic of two way conversation and their combined experiences through life! For most episode the theme will centre around a different piece of text or quote from a well known Stoic philosopher from those attributed to Socrates through the words of Plato, or to Epicurus, to Seneca or others. The aim is to bring you the guide for life, a life of happiness and fulfilment. Become a Patreon and gain access to exclusive content as well as enabling us to dedicate more time to giving you more content! https://www.patreon.com/stoicismformodernlife
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So good to hear great knowledge again. Thanks for continuing the show!!
This is a great podcast. Accessible and easily understood even to one very new to philosophy like myself. Well done. Please do more.
Exactly what I was looking for! Simple and easy to understand.
I’ve been looking for a podcast of stoicism. I’ve tried a few others and landed here. Some good stuff mixed in with other stuff. I wished Adam would stop talking over his co-host and stop talking so much. Give the other guy a chance to say his part. They need to work on being more cogent and on point. They wander around way too much. I’ll stick with for a bit and see how it goes.
Such a helpful podcast! In my first iteration of my review, I noted that one of the hosts was interrupting the other often. I think he was truly so excited about the content that that’s why it happened. Please, please, please bring these regular episodes back! I am sharing them both directly and indirectly through reinforcement with our son who has experienced adversity. Your message is very powerful and should continue. Thank you for making the time to do such valuable content!
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