Those approaching Stoicism for the first time, with the intention of adopting it as a life philosophy, can find it both impossibly dense and extreme in its expectations of its students. For this reason, it is important that there exist a practical interpretation of the high-minded values of this ancient philosophy - to make the understanding and adoption of the basic tenets of Stoicism easier for those just starting out. This podcast helps newcomers get acquainted and comfortable with the practical aspects of Stoicism - it is a stepping stone to those heavier and denser parts of the philosophy that we all, if we truly wish to commit ourselves to practicing the philosophy of Stoicism, must delve into eventually. Episodes publish weekly.
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Today we'll work through the final meditation of Book 2 from the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius. After this, I will take a break until the middle of June when I will return with episodes to begin Book 3. -- If you'd like to get a free copy of the ebo... more
If you'd like to get a free copy of the ebook, signup here: https://tannerhelps.formaloo.net/rg3ce -- This week we're working through Meditation 16 from Book 2 of The Meditations by Marcus Aurelius. -- "The human soul degrades itself: Above all, when... more
If you'd like to subscribe to the coming publication, please do so here: https://tannerhelps.formaloo.net/rg3ce -- This week we're working through Meditation 15 from Book 2 of The Meditations by Marcus Aurelius. -- “‘Everything is just an impression.... more
Good stuff, episodes are short in duration times, though densely pack with material to ponder endlessly. None the less a benefit contribution.
It’s a well done show. I have read meditations but going through it again this way is insightful and keeps me on the path.
Seems to be the Stoic discussion I’ve been looking for. more
I have listened to almost all of the episodes, and I love every single one of them. I love the length of the podcast, it makes it easy to replay if necessary to understand the point deeper. Tanner’s voice and his ability to explain the topic in an easy to understand manner is admirable. Keep the episodes coming!
Instructive and thoughtful.
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