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Practical Philosophy - Greco-Roman Moralists (Luke Johnson)
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Practical Philosophy – Greco-Roman Moralists (Luke Johnson)

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Practical Philosophy - Greco-Roman Moralists (Luke Johnson)Practical Philosophy – Greco-Roman Moralists (Luke Johnson)


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Imagine a course that teaches you not only how to think like the great philsophers, but how to live. Greeks and Romans of the early imperial period are often overlooked in the annals of philosophical study but provided down-to-earth advice on how to live a solid, happy life. Professor Luke Timothy Johnson returns to The Teaching Company to study these geat thinkers with you.

24 lectures |  Average 30 minutes each

  1. The World of the Greco-Roman Moralists
  2. How Empire Changed Philosophy
  3. The Great Schools and Their Battles
  4. Dominant Themes and Metaphors
  5. The Ideal Philosopher—A Composite Portrait
  6. The Charlatan—Philosophy Betrayed
  7.  Philosophy Satirized—The Comic Lucian
  8.  Cicero—The Philosopher as Politician
  9.  Seneca—Philosopher as Court Advisor
  10.  Good Roman Advice—Cicero and Seneca
  11.  Musonius Rufus—The Roman Socrates
  12.  Dio Chrysostom—The Wandering Rhetorician
  13.  Dio Chrysostom—Preaching Peace and Piety
  14. Epictetus—Philosopher as School Teacher
  15.  Epictetus—The Stotic Path to Virtue
  16. Epictetus—The Messenger of Zeus
  17.  Marcus Aurelius—Meditations of the King
  18.  Jews Thinking Like Greeks
  19.  Philo—Judaism as Greek Philosophy
  20. Plutarch—Biography as Moral Instruction
  21.  Plutarch and Philosophical Religion
  22.  Plutarch on Virtue and Educating Children
  23. Plutarch—Envy, Anger, and Talking Too Much
  24.  The Missing Page in Philosophy’s Story