Conduct, Obligations, And Decision-Making: Details Of My New Book “On Duties” (Podcast)

This podcast discusses my new book, On Duties.  It is the most explanatory, readable, and well-organized translation of Cicero’s classic that is available in English, and perhaps in any language.  In this podcast, I provide the three reasons why this is so. I also discuss the great theme running through the book: the idea of greatness of spirit.

What is greatness of spirit, and why is it important?

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Brought to you by Fortress of the Mind Publications.  This podcast can be found on SoundCloud, YouTube, Google Play, and on iTunes.


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5 thoughts on “Conduct, Obligations, And Decision-Making: Details Of My New Book “On Duties” (Podcast)

  1. I only made it a minute into the podcast before stopping it to go and order the paperback. I then got called away for dinner with the work crew, but was thinking, “Damn it, I want to get back and hear the rest.”

    The book sounds fascinating, and the passage you read was truly stirring. A mate was complaining today that it seemed that no-one is longing to be better or more than they are any more, in case it someone gets offended. I feel like us Dreamers are being slowly suffocated by a toxic cloud in our sleep.

    Thanks for the kind words, mate. In you, I recognise someone who much further along in the journey than me, so you humble me with your wisdom and guidance, and for that I’m grateful.

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  2. Quinte! The book is on its way. I’m looking forward to it. I see that the cover design itself expresses aspects of the book (at least I think so). Hail to the future with wisdom, daring, & temperance man!

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  3. Thanks much, man. Yes, the cover really is kick-ass. James Seehafer did a great job…he’s a world-famous massurrealist.
    I’m sure you’ll love the book. Let me know what you think.


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