Professor Christopher Gill on Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations

Professor Christopher Gill on Marcus Aurelius’ MeditationsUniversity of Exeter, Stoicism Today Project In this brief video lecture for “Stoicism Today”, Professor Christopher Gill delivers a philosophical paper on the Stoic features of Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations — featured also in full in a forthcoming book titled “Marcus Aurelius: Meditations Books 1 to 6” by Oxford University Press. Professor Gill argues that the Meditations properly considered in a “broader scholarly context” illustrates the extent to which Marcus Aurelius was neither an amateur nor an eclectic thinker but a serious stoic thinker in his own right taking stoicism not… Read More

Professor Christopher Gill on “Stoicism Today” Project

Professor Christopher Gill on “Stoicism Today” ProjectOctober 2012, University of Exeter In this inauguration of the #IntegratingSeries, we review the workshop video introduction to the “Stoicism Today” project initiated by Professor Christopher Gill and associates at the University of Exeter, U.K., in October 2012. The purpose of the “Stoicism Today” project is to explore the “applications of Stoic philosophy” in modern day life, and to develop online material and courses on the practise of Stoic philosophy today. “Stoicism Today is a group of psychotherapists and academics working together to produce resources for practising Stoic… Read More