STOICON 2015 – Tickets Now Available To Book


The third annual conference from the Stoicism Today team


Click HERE to book your tickets!

Important information

Date: 7th November 2015

Location: The Francis Bancroft building, Queen Mary University Mile End road campus. See map here – it’s building number 31.

Registration starts at 8.15 AM and the first talk commences at 9 AM.

Speakers and Workshop Leaders

William Irvine, author, A Guide to the Good Life

Bettany Hughes, presenter of BBC series ‘Geniuses of the Ancient World‘

Massimo Pigliucci, author of How To Be A Stoic blog, organizer of New York Stoic Camp, and author of forthcoming book on modern Stoicism

Emily Wilson, author of The Greatest Empire: A Life of Seneca

Vincent Deary, author of How We Live trilogy

Christopher Gill, editor of editions of Epictetus and Marcus Aurelius

John Sellars, author of Stoicism

Donald Robertson, author of The Philosophy of CBT

Jules Evans, author of Philosophy for Life and Other Dangerous Situations

Tim LeBon, author of Wise Therapy

Others will be announced soon!

The day’s talks and workshops will run from 9 to 5, with lunch and tea and coffee provided. Then, from 5.30 to 7.30 there will be a drinks reception in the beautiful Octagon Room at Queen Mary. All food and drink is inclusive in the £30 ticket price.

There will be an opportunity for delegates to present their own work on modern Stoicism / practical philosophy in a poster session during lunch. If you’d like to do that, email Jules Evans at

There are also a limited number of free tickets for volunteers to help us out with the running of the day – email Jules Evans at the address above to get involved. 

Note: Stoic Week the online course will also be running that week. More details soon.

Click HERE to book your tickets!

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