Stoic School of Life: What Did the Ancient Stoics Get Wrong?
Where: New York Society for Ethical Culture
2 W. 64th St.
212-874-5210 Price: $5
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Surely the ancient Stoics, writing two millennia ago, got something wrong. If so, what? And how does that impact the practice of a modern Stoic? Does it even make sense to call oneself a Stoic practitioner, after all this time? Suggested reading: “What do I disagree about with the ancient Stoics?” by M. Pigliucci: http://tinyurl.com/ydgyh6b7
The School is inspired by the ancient Greco-Roman schools of philosophy. We will examine the theory and practice of Stoicism as a modern applied philosophy that aids us in navigating a world in some ways just as confusing and uncertain as that of ancient Athens and Rome.Buy tickets/get more info now