William O. Stephens, Ph.D.
Professor of Philosophy
Creighton University
Omaha NE  68178 USA 
stoic@creighton.edu

His interests include ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, Stoicism as a way of life, Stoicism and popular culture, ethics, animals, and the environment.

William Stephens: An Introduction to Marcus Aurelius” is eight short audio clips from an interview with Caleb Ontiveros on StoaMeditation.com (July 12, 2020).

Why Marcus Aurelius Matters, in 5 of His Classic Quotes” explained by WOS, HowStuffWorks.com May 26, 2020 story by Dave Roos.

Living in Agreement with Nature” video (1:01:06) The Practical Stoic Podcast interview with Simon J. E. Drew (April 17, 2020).

Stoicism during COVID-19” YouTube video (26:06) interview with Janey Goddard (April 6, 2020).

William Stephens’ Guide to Marcus Aurelius” audio interview (56:41) with Caleb Ontiveros on StoaMeditation.com (Dec. 19, 2019).

A Stoic Approach to Travel and Tourism” YouTube video (22:44) of presentation at Stoicon (Sept. 29, 2018) at Royal Holloway, University of London, England.

Phobias, Terrorism, and Stoic Fearlessness” YouTube video (35:45) of presentation at Stoicon (Oct. 14, 2017) in Toronto, Canada.

Of his four books (displayed left) the most recent is Marcus Aurelius: A Guide for the Perplexed (Continuum/Bloomsbury, 2012).

Forthcoming is Epictetus’ Enchiridion: A New Translation and Guide to Stoic Ethics (Bloomsbury, 2022), co-authored with Scott Aikin.