A new Facebook group has been created by Alex MacLellan for discussion of research on Stoicism and related topics in psychology. We hope this will provide a way for researchers involved in this field to network and share resources. Everyone is welcome to join, as long as you have an interest in research on Stoicism.
Modern Stoicism collects research data from Stoic Week and SMRT using the SABS scale and publishes the findings each year in a free report online.
The earlybird discount offer for Stoicon 2019 in Athens is about to finish. So if you still haven’t booked this is your final chance to save money on the cost of the trip. See the event listing below for the full program and to book your tickets.
Just a quick reminder that earlybird discount tickets for Stoicon 2019 in Athens are only on sale for a short while longer, until the end of this month. So don’t miss out on the discount if you want to attend!
Tickets can be booked via the EventBrite listing below which also includes full details of the event and the program of speakers:
Just a quick note to say that the top article on the Stoicism Today blog, at the time of writing, has had over twelve thousand views. So if you’re a blogger and you’re interested in getting more exposure for your content you might want to consider submitting an article to Stoicism Today.
See our blog enquiries page for details. Posts in Stoicism Today are typically between 1,500-4000 words, and are written for a general audience deeply interested in Stoicism and its contemporary applications.
Stoic Week 2018 begins on Monday 1st October so if you haven’t already registered to take part, this is your last chance.
Nearly 7,000 people from all around the world have already enrolled in advance so we’re hopeful that we’re on track to exceed our previous year’s numbers yet again. Stoic Week has been running annually since 2012 and we estimate roughly 15,000 people have taken part to date.
The course is free of charge and takes seven days to complete. Everyone is welcome. For more information visit our main e-learning site:
Stoic Week 2016 starts on October 17th. Stoic Week is a completely free-of-charge, international, online event, open to everyone, including complete newcomers to the subject. See our Official Press Release for more information.