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Event Book Giveaway: Breakfast with Seneca
On Seneca: Anger, Fear, and Sadness
PAC is delighted to present the highly acclaimed book by David Fideler, Breakfast with Seneca: A Practical Guide to the Art of Living, as part of our virtual event giveaway, On Seneca: Anger, Fear, and Sadness this Saturday, August 19th! We extend our sincere gratitude to W.W. Norton & Company for their support.
To enter the giveaway, simply preregister for the event. After the event, we'll reach out to all registrants to gather shipping information, and from there, we'll randomly select THREE lucky winners.
David Fideler, an esteemed guest speaker, will be joining us at our upcoming On Seneca event, THIS SATURDAY, where he'll explore "Seneca’s Philosophy as a Real World Pursuit."
In Breakfast with Seneca, philosopher David Fideler dives into Seneca's timeless works, presenting his ideas in a series of focused chapters that are both insightful and accessible. Think of it as a daily dose of wisdom, akin to your morning cup of coffee. Seneca's guidance offers a steady stream of valuable advice about the human experience, proving that despite the passage of two millennia, our fundamental nature remains remarkably constant. The book serves as a comprehensive guide to Seneca's philosophy, presented in an approachable manner with real-life examples, making it an excellent crash course. .
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Even if you're unable to attend on the specified date, worry not. A recording of the event will be shared with all registrants afterward.
At PAC, we're committed to making philosophy accessible to everyone. That's why all our events are free to register. If you're inclined, you can also choose to make a donation of any amount. Your generosity helps us continue hosting events like these, and it contributes to our goal of establishing a PAC on-site location near the original Plato’s Academy in Akadimia Platonos, Athens.
Join us in celebrating the life and works of Seneca on Saturday, August 19th, at 12 pm EDT!