Epictetus, the Enchiridion – Commentary chapter 16-18

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This is the seventh part of a new video commentary series, working through Epictetus’ classic work of Stoic philosophy, the Enchiridion (or Handbook). In this series, we examine the text chapter by chapter, and line by line, providing analysis, examples, discussion, and applications.

I released this commentary series over the course of Stoic Week 2016. These videos have also ben incorporated into a free online course on Epictetus’ Enchiridion, which you can find here: http://reasonio.teachable.com/p/epictetus-enchiridion

You can find many other videos on Epictetus specifically and Stoicism more generally over in my main YouTube channel – https://www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler

If you’d like to know more about me – Dr. Sadler – or my company, ReasonIO, where I put philosophy into practice, here’s the main ReasonIO site – https://reasonio.wordpress.com/

For tutorial services, on Epictetus, Stoicism, or philosophy in general – https://reasonio.wordpress.com/tutorials/

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3 thoughts on “Epictetus, the Enchiridion – Commentary chapter 16-18

  1. Just a note to tell you how much I enjoy your lectures, you are a true craftsman. I would like to leave with this question, if you had to rate the following four stoics as to which one led the purest stoic form of life how would you answer? Marcus Aurelius, Seneca, Cicero and Epictetus. Thank You

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