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CoH Episode 33: Author and Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapist, Donald Robertson

March 01, 2021 JT/Donald Robertson Season 1 Episode 33
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CoH Episode 33: Author and Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapist, Donald Robertson
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CoH Episode 33: Author and Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapist, Donald Robertson
Mar 01, 2021 Season 1 Episode 33
JT/Donald Robertson

This week I was honored to sit down with cognitive-behavioral psychotherapist and author of How to Think Like a Roman Emperor: The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius, Donald Robertson. Stoicism has played a big part in my life over the past couple years and Donald’s book was part of my initial introduction into the philosophy. The book is a detailed account of my personal favorite Stoic philosopher’s life, Marcus Aurelius. Donald and I discuss how Stoicism guided Marcus’s everyday life as a Roman Emperor and why the philosophy is equally relevant now as it was over 2000 years ago. I had a great time speaking with Donald and can’t recommend his book enough. Be sure to check out Donald’s LinkedIn page https://www.linkedin.com/in/donaldjrobertson/ or his website https://donaldrobertson.name/ 

Show Notes

This week I was honored to sit down with cognitive-behavioral psychotherapist and author of How to Think Like a Roman Emperor: The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius, Donald Robertson. Stoicism has played a big part in my life over the past couple years and Donald’s book was part of my initial introduction into the philosophy. The book is a detailed account of my personal favorite Stoic philosopher’s life, Marcus Aurelius. Donald and I discuss how Stoicism guided Marcus’s everyday life as a Roman Emperor and why the philosophy is equally relevant now as it was over 2000 years ago. I had a great time speaking with Donald and can’t recommend his book enough. Be sure to check out Donald’s LinkedIn page https://www.linkedin.com/in/donaldjrobertson/ or his website https://donaldrobertson.name/