Faculty

Each School of Essential Studies (SES) student is assigned a Mentor to work with the student in becoming a knowledgeable and practicing Stoic. Mentors and students correspond by email and Skype video, and these exchanges between the student and Mentor provide an opportunity to examine any issues, questions, or problems that arise.

Each Marcus Aurelius School (MA) student is assigned a Tutor to work with the student in becoming a knowledgeable and practicing Stoic. Tutors and students correspond by email and Skype, and these exchanges between the student and Tutor provide an opportunity to examine any issues, questions, or problems that arise.

Faculty

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Fellows of the College

Marcus Fellows


The following members of the Stoic community have graduated from the Marcus Aurelius School and have been awarded the title, Fellow of the College of Stoic Philosophers (F.C.S.P).
Elijah AliIan CampbellWilliam L Dyer
Chris FisherLeah GuentherDavid C Hinton
Mark KaretJohn KnightonTimo Koivusalo
James KosteckaRalph KurzPaul Lanagan
Dirk MahlingSteen NielsenKevin Patrick Jr
Brendan PetroffGreg RowdenMarcus Tomlian
Manolo TruebaAdam ValensteinMarije V van Wieringen

Academic Fellows

Lawrence C. Becker, Ph.D., (1939-2018),
Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the College of William and Mary, and Fellow of Hollins University.
Area of Expertise: Ethics, Stoic emotions
R. Kevin Hill, J.D., Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Portland State University.
Area of Expertise: Stoic influences in modern philosophy
William O. Stephens, Ph.D.,
Professor of Philosophy and Classical & Near Eastern Studies, Creighton University.
Area of Expertise: Stoic ethics, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius.

Administration

Dean of Students: Mark Karet
Treasurer: Greg Rowden
Founder and Scholarch: Erik Wiegardt


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