Living A Good Life Minicourse, Lecture 3
Have you ever asked yourself: “What is the good life?”; “What should I value?”; and “What should I believe?” Start the New Year by exploring these questions and more in a three-part event series aimed at providing alumni, parents, and friends the opportunity to take a minicourse based on the Living a Good Life class, piloted Fall semester 2020. Professor Tushar Irani, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Letters, concluded this mincourse series with Lecture three, lecturing on Stoicism. This event was recorded on: 2/1/2021
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