Join us for Philosophy and Resilience Online
Read the program of speakers for our virtual conference
What is emotional resilience? How can ancient philosophies such as Stoicism help us to become stronger in the face of adversity?
In two days (Sat May 20th @ 12pm EDT), I’ll be speaking at our Plato’s Academy Centre virtual event Choose Not to Be Harmed: Philosophy & Resilience. Below you can check out the final program of speakers. Please come and join us; everyone is welcome. Donations for the nonprofit are always welcome but tickets are free of charge.
If you're unable to attend live, rest assured that all registered participants will receive the recording after the event.
"Stoic Consolations on Attachment and Loss" Nancy Sherman, Georgetown University, author of Stoic Wisdom: Ancient Lessons for Modern Resilience
"On Plutarch and Resilience" by Donald Robertson, author of Build your Resilience and How to Think Like a Roman Emperor
"Resilience and Skepticism" by Prof. Richard Bett, Johns Hopkins University, author of How to Keep an Open Mind
“Lust for Life: Cultivating Resilience” Karen Duffy (feat. Francis Gasparini) former MTV presenter, and author of Wise Up, and Backbone
“Beyond Stoicism: Plutarch on Never Getting Bullied Again” by Prof. Michael Fontaine, Cornell University, author of How to Grieve: an Ancient Guide to the Lost Art of Consolation
"The Meaning of 'Resilience" Prof. William 'O. Stephens, Creighton University, author of Marcus Aurelius: A Guide for the Perplexed, translator of Bonhöffer’s The Ethics of the Stoic Epictetus
Panel featuring Mark Hardie, Tim LeBon, and Donald Robertson
Keynote: "Introducing the STOIC Framework to Help you Become More Resilient" by Tim LeBon
If you're aware of someone who is going through a challenging time and could benefit from building their emotional resilience, we kindly ask you to share the link provided below.
THANK YOU AND WE WILL SEE YOU ALL THIS SATURDAY AT 12PM EDT!