Christopher Gill's Learning to Live Naturally: Stoic Ethics and its Modern SignificanceChristopher Gill
On Thu 9 November, at 7 pm AEDT (8 am London 9 Nov), please join us for a zoom forum on Christopher Gill's Learning to Live Naturally: Stoic Ethics and its Modern Significance. Gill's book is arguably the most significant text on Stoic ethics for a generation, not only challenging popular misrepresentations, but bringing Stoic ethics into debates in contemporary virtue ethics and around ecology. Prof. Gill is the author of numerous works on ancient philosophy, ancient medicine, and conceptions of the self in antiquity, a founding member of Modern Stoicism. Prof. Gill will speak for 30 mins, followed by 15 minute presentations on different aspects of the book by Assoc. Prof. Matt Sharpe (ACU philosophy) and Judy Stove, assistant editor of Stoicism Today, co-host of the Soul-Searching With Seneca podcast at https://thewalledgarden.com/, and a member of the organising team for Stoicon-X Melbourne.
There will then be 60 minutes of Q&A with Christopher Gill