Audio series: Epictetus’ Enchiridion

Here is the latest — and last! — complete audio commentary series from my Stoic Meditations, dedicated to Epictetus’ Enchiridion. This is one of the most important texts of ancient Stoicism, a very short but very powerful guide to a life worth living. I decided to conclude my long running Stoic Meditations series (5 years, 1094 episodes, over 8 million downloads) with Epictetus because he has been a major influence on my own philosophical path. I hope he will guide you as well.

Some things are up to us, while others are not. Up to us are opinion, motivation, desire, aversion, and, in a word, whatever is of our own doing; not up to us are our body, our property, reputation, office, and, in a word, whatever is not of our own doing.

The audio commentary runs for 21 episodes.

2 Comments

  1. I have enjoyed your podcast very much!
    The links just take me to all your episodes. Is there a way to go to a specific one? I would like to go through some other books and follow along with you!

    Thanks for all you do! You are my Epictetus!!!!!

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    1. Thanks for the kind words. If you click on one of the individual links listed within a given page (e.g., those under Epictetus’ Enchiridion) the very top episode is the one you want. But yes, the page also lists all the others, which is confusing.

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