Over the last week, as part of my own celebration of Stoic Week 206, I’ve been releasing the videos I created, as commentary on Epictetus’ key text, the Enchiridion. Hopefully people have been enjoying them and finding them useful for their own study and application of Stoic philosophy.
Here are the last three videos, bringing this series to a close.
- Epictetus Enchiridion Commentary ch. 47-48
- Epictetus Enchiridion Commentary ch. 49-51
- Epictetus Enchiridion Commentary ch. 52-53
And now, I’m happy to announce something else. I’ve created an entire online class on Epictetus’ Enchiridion, using these videos as a portion of the materials for the course. You’ll also find lesson pages, handouts, worksheets, quizzes, and even discussion forums where you can hold conversations with other learners. It’s the first class we’re offering in our new ReasonIO Teachable academy, and . . . for the next month, we’re making it entirely FREE. I’ll be opening that class tomorrow night!