Podcast #12: Anya Leonard, Classical Wisdom, and what the classics can teach us as Stoics!

In this episode, I talk to Anya Leonard about reading the classics, and what Stoics can learn from them.

Anya is a founder and director of Classical Wisdom – a site dedicated to bringing ancient wisdom to modern minds.

Check out Classical Wisdom at:
Website: https://classicalwisdom.com/
Twitter: @classicalwisdom
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ClassicalWisdomWeekly/

And check out Classical Wisdom Speaks, the official podcast of ClassicalWisdom.com!
Podcast: https://classicalwisdom.com/podcast-classical-wisdom-speaks/

Classical wisdom will also be hosting their first online symposium, October 24-25 – check out ClassicalWisdom.com for more details!

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Author: Adam Piercey

Adam Piercey is an Engineering Technologist living in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is currently in senior management in the world of innovation technology, and has previously worked in the green energy and medical device fields. Adam began his journey into the world of Classical Philosophy when he was quite young, and has maintained a consistent practice for over 4 years now. His main interests are reading, board games, hand-tool carpentry and movies.

3 thoughts on “Podcast #12: Anya Leonard, Classical Wisdom, and what the classics can teach us as Stoics!”

  1. Thank you for the podcast. It is so nice to listen to thoughtful people talk about such beautiful, magnificent content.

  2. That was a great podcast!
    Thank you Adam and Anya.
    When I was still at university I didn’t took the classics as seriously as I should had. I saw them as a boring entertainment and read them with that perspective. I regret not having back then the mind I have today. After I started learning about Stoicism, I am now little by little rereading them as much as I can.

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