How are the Classics relevant to modern leaders? What lessons can they learn from Homer, Herodotus, Thucydides or Aristotle? And what can these ancient texts teach us in light of our modern technology and the state of democracy?
This week's Classical Wisdom Speaks episode is with Claudia Hauer, an expert on liberal education, military education, and the relationship between the two. Claudia teaches humanities, science, and languages in the Great Books program at St. John's College, and moral philosophy at the United States Air Force Academy, where she holds the Lyon Chair in Professional Ethics. She is also the author of Strategic Humanism: Lessons in Leadership from the Ancient Greeks.
We discuss strategic humanism, lessons from the ancient world and how we can connect theory to practice.
You can find Claudia’s book, Strategic Humanism: Lessons in Leadership from the Ancient Greeks at: https://www.politicalanimalpress.com/product/strategic-humanism/
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