The Meditations Email Course
The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius with Commentary by cognitive therapist and author Donald Robertson
Are you interested in learning more about the Stoic philosophy of Marcus Aurelius? This open-ended email course begins with book two of The Meditations. (We'll cover book one last, after reaching the end.) Each week you'll receive an email containing a passage from the classic George Long translation with additional commentary underneath to help you obtain greater enjoyment and understanding from the text.
This is the ideal way to learn about the Stoicism of Marcus Aurelius if you're new to the subject or to deepen your existing knowledge if you're already familiar with The Meditations.
Bonus. Enroll now to gain free access to the following bundle of additional materials:
- The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius (George Long trans.) eBook
- The Eulogium on Marcus Aurelius eBook
- Marcus Aurelius in the Roman Histories eBook
- Marcus Aurelius HD Wallpapers
Donald Robertson is the author of six books on philosophy and psychotherapy, including the forthcoming How to Think Like a Roman Emperor: The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius. You'll be learning about Stoicism from someone who's spent nearly twenty years studying the subject.
Donald is a trainer and writer, with over twenty years’ experience. He’s a specialist in teaching evidence-based psychological skills, and known as an expert on the relationship between modern cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) and classical Greek and Roman philosophy. He was born in Scotland but worked as a psychotherapist for many years in London, England, where he ran a training school for therapists, before emigrating to Canada to focus on his writing and developing eLearning courses.
Donald is the author of six books on philosophy and psychotherapy, as well as having contributed chapters to four other books and published many articles in journals and magazines. His latest book How to Think Like a Roman Emperor: The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius was #1 best seller in philosophy and he's also edited and written the introduction to Capstone Classics' new edition of The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius. You can contact him via his website.