Actual Stoicism, Presented Practically
Stoicism is the pursuit of Virtue, which was defined by the Ancient Greeks as "the knowledge of how to live excellently". Practical Stoicism takes a practical approach to reviewing, interpreting, and reflecting on ancient texts from both Marcus Aurelius and Epictetus so as to provide you with actionable advice concerning your own personal Stoic journey.
About Practical Stoicism
Welcome to the Practical Stoicism Podcast, where we dive deep into the timeless wisdom of Stoic philosophy and make it applicable to your modern life. Our approach to Stoicism is both practical and authentic. We strive to deliver accurate interpretations of Stoic philosophy while distilling the teachings into actionable advice that you can implement in your daily life. Whether you're new to Stoicism or a seasoned practitioner, our podcast offers something for everyone.
Join us on a journey every week as we explore the teachings of two Stoic giants, Marcus Aurelius and Epictetus, and engage in insightful discussions with experts in the field.
Meditations with Marcus Aurelius:
Start your week with a dose of wisdom from Roman Emperor and Stoic philosopher Marcus Aurelius. In our 10-minute Monday episodes, we read and interpret one of his meditations. These reflections provide valuable insights into maintaining inner peace, resilience, and virtue amidst life's challenges.
Midweek, we turn our attention to Epictetus and his timeless manual, the "Enchiridion." In brief, 10-minute episodes, we dissect and interpret chapters from this Stoic handbook. Discover practical advice on how to navigate life's ups and downs with grace and equanimity.
your week with in-depth explorations of Stoic concepts and engaging
long-form interviews. Our 45-minute Friday episodes offer a deeper dive
into Stoicism, providing actionable insights that can help you lead a
more virtuous and resilient life.
Listen now to embark on your journey toward a more Stoic and purposeful existence. Remember, as Epictetus said, "It's not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters." Start reacting with Stoic wisdom today.