Rome Stoic School on Seneca's Letters

ven. 11 janvier 2019 à 02:00

Fuseau horaire : Paris (GMT+02:00)

Hotel Mediterraneo
Rome
Italie
Rome

[The handbook for this edition of the Rome Stoic School can be donwloaded here: https://tinyurl.com/y9qv2u5c ] [note: 1/3 discount on enrollment fee if you are a woman or minority, to be applied as partial reimbursement of full fee] What Spend three days in Rome studying ancient and modern Stoicism! Join Massimo and a small group of proficientes (students of Stoicism) to dig into Seneca's Letters to Lucilius, learn about practical Stoicism and how to apply it to your life. While there, walk through the Roman Fori or visit the National Roman Museum, and of course enjoy traditional Roman cuisine and local wines (don't worry, we won't accuse you of being an Epicurean...)! When & Where Thursday 1/10 (8pm) to Sunday 1/13 (6pm) Sala Tirreno of Hotel Mediterraneo, Via Cavour 15

(Near Termini train station, Cavour subway stop on the B line) Logistics Registration (at this site, required to reserve your spot): $150, covers only expenses for the meeting room. Refundable until 30 days before event. The two hotels below are just convenient suggestions, it is possible to find cheaper accommodations in Rome, just make sure you can make it to the meeting place, the Hotel Mediterraneo at Via Cavour 15. Hotel Mediterraneo ( http://www.romehotelmediterraneo.it/ ) or Hotel Atlantico ( http://www.romehotelatlantico.it/ ) Single €95.00 – Double €115.00

Including buffet breakfast, wifi and standard taxes Room cancellation up to 48hr before

Discount code: Summer Stoic School (for phone or email reservations only) Textbooks Letters on Ethics, by Lucius Annaeus Seneca, University of Chicago Press. ( http://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/L/bo20612233.html ) How to Be a Stoic, by Massimo Pigliucci, Basic Books. ( https://www.basicbooks.com/titles/massimo-pigliucci/how-to-be-a-stoic/9780465097951/ ) Program Thursday, January 10 Arrival at the hotels in the afternoon, early dinner on your own First session (8-10pm): Introduction to Stoicism. What is it? How did it come about? What is it good for? (Chapter 2 and Appendix of How to Be a Stoic, henceforth HTBAS) Friday, January 11 Morning (9am-1pm, coffee, tea & snacks provided): Seneca’s Letters to Lucilius Lunch in small groups, local eateries Afternoon (3-7pm, coffee, tea & snacks provided): practical Stoic exercises from Seneca, then more Letters to Lucilius Group dinner at a Roman traditional restaurant (optional, cost of dinner not included in School's fee) Saturday, January 12 Morning (9am-1pm, coffee, tea & snacks provided): Seneca’s Letters to Lucilius Lunch in small groups, local eateries Afternoon (3-7pm, coffee, tea & snacks provided): practical Stoic exercises from Seneca, then more Letters to Lucilius Dinner in small groups, local eateries Sunday, January 13 Morning (9am-12pm): general discussion about Stoicism as a philosophy of life; advice on how to keep your training going; overview of the next Rome Stoic School Lunch in small groups, local eateries Afternoon (2-6pm): visit to an ancient Roman site (optional, cost not included in School's fee)

Source: https://www.meetup.com/fr-FR/Stoic-School-of-Life/events/252670689/


Hotel Mediterraneo
Rome
Italie

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