Thanks to John Murray Press and Princeton University Press, we’re now offering more books in our giveaway for Saturday, May 20th’s Choose Not to Be Harmed: Philosophy & Resilience than any other event giveaway we’re hosted! There will now be FOUR lucky registered attendees that will receive hardback books!
(Please note: We will send a form to every email address after the event; and we will select winners at random to those who have provided valid email addresses)
Grand prize is an entire hardback set of the 365 series including
- 365 Ways to Develop Mental Toughness
- 365 Ways to Live Mindfully
- 365 Ways to Save the Planet
- 365 Ways to Have a Good Day
and the recently released and 5-star reviewed
“Spend a year with Tim LeBon learning ways to be more Stoic. It may change your life, for the better.”—Massimo Pigliucci, Professor of Philosophy at the City College of New York, author of How to Be a Stoic
3 runner-up winners will receive a hardback copy of How to Grieve: An Ancient Guide to the Lost Art of Consolation!
Inspired by Marcus Tullius Cicero and translated by another one of our honored guest speakers, Michael Fontaine!
“[How to Grieve] offers an engaging read . . . and will certainly make this fascinating text easily accessible.” —Catherine Steel, Classics for All
Join our exclusive online event on philosophy and resilience, featuring a special program of renowned authors like Tim LeBon, Michael Fontaine, Nancy Sherman, Donald Robertson, Karen Duffy and more
During this event, each speaker will provide you with valuable knowledge and captivating insights into philosophy as a means to cultivate personal strength and resilience. You will learn from real-life examples, receive practical advice, and gain access to effective strategies that can help you build your own resilience. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn ways of tapping into the freedom that comes with choosing not to be harmed.
Hosted by Donald Robertson and Anya Leonard of Classical Wisdom Weekly.
Although we’ve made this event free to make it accessible to all, your donations keeps us hosting events like these. Your generosity also funds the development of an on-site location of Plato’s Academy Centre, near the original site of Plato’s Academy in Athens.
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If you’re not available on the day, there’s no need to worry. A recording of the event will be sent to all attendees post airing.
We look forward to seeing you on May 20th!