Stoic Week 2013 starts on 25th November. You can register to participate by completing the online forms on the page below, where you can also download the official Handbook. The Handbook contains basic guidance on how to live like a Stoic, and was put together by a team of academics and psychologists who specialise in the study of Stoicism.
For regular updates via social media and your mobile phone, etc., you can follow the event through one of the pages below:
We have 1,200 followers on Twitter. You can also use the #Stoicweek hashtag.
There are 271 people who have “joined” the event via this page, and 850 people following the associated Stoicism discussion group on Facebook.
We’ve just set this up but people have been joining already. I’m guessing this will allow you to get notifications direct to your Android mobile phone, etc.
You can join 255 people who subscribe to this using the widget in the top-right of the WordPress blog. You’ll get notified of the blog posts. There are lots lined up during Stoic Week from various authors and academics on Stoicism, etc.
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