The Death Anthology
Ebook: An Anthology of Death, Spirituality, Mysticism from the Classical Age
Death hangs heavy over all of us. It’s a topic that has fascinated and terrified religious seekers, philosophers, and writers throughout history. This is especially true for the classical age.
Whether it was the terrifying prospect of the underworld, the journey of our souls in the great hereafter, or even just taking time to alleviate our anxieties related to death, the classical authors had plenty to say about death and dying.
Collected in this anthology, you will find selections from Plato, Seneca, Herodotus, Marcus Aurelius, and more. Click below to download your own copy:
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Previous Event: How to Grieve
Epicurus may have said that ‘Death does not concern us’... because when we are dead, we will not be worried about it. However, the death of others DOES concern us.
From Cicero and ancient Stoicism to modern practices, what can philosophy do to help us understand loss?
Classical Wisdom Subscribers can watch this panel discussion with Cornell Professor and most recent translator of Cicero’s lost Consolation, Michael Fontaine, as well as cognitive behavior therapist and Modern Stoic founder, Donald Robertson and famed philosopher and Neo-Stoic, Massimo Pigliucci.
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