Group 4 Created with Sketch.

Best Quintus Curtius Interviews on Podcasts or Audio about Quintus

Listen to audio about Quintus Curtius. Browse for Quintus Curtius interviews, guest appearances, and call-ins. Make snippets of Quintus talking to create audio highlights to share with your friends or embed in related blog posts. Continue Reading >> Listen to audio about Quintus Curtius. Browse for Quintus Curtius interviews, guest appearances, and call-ins. Make snippets of Quintus talking to create audio highlights to share with your friends or embed in related blog posts. << Show Less
interviews
guests
call-ins
appearances
Playlist
Vurbl People Audio Intro Listen to this compilation of insightful interviews, quotes, commentary, news, and more surrounding some of the most well-known public figures. You can also use Vurbl's snippet tool to clip and share your favorite moments with friends, family, and audio creators.
Prologue to Quintus Curtius's "Pantheon" The prologue of Quintus Curtius's book "Pantheon", describing the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen.
Are You Depressed or Just Under-Motivated? (and Why You Should Read Quintus Curtius) - DOC PARK's Brutal Optimist Podcast Many of my patients complain about having no drive to do anything.
Some of them are depressed and some just need motivation to make their lives better.
Let&#8217;s discuss.
Website mentioned: https://qcurtius.com/2016/02/13/the-foundations-of-motivation/
My Website: http://www.doctorchrispark.com
p.s.
This is not medical advice.  Talk to your doctor.
Are You Depressed or Just Under-Motivated? (and Why You Should Read Quintus Curtius) - DOC PARK's Brutal Optimist Podcast Many of my patients complain about having no drive to do anything.
Some of them are depressed and some just need motivation to make their lives better.
Let&#8217;s discuss.
Website mentioned: https://qcurtius.com/2016/02/13/the-foundations-of-motivation/
My Website: http://www.doctorchrispark.com
p.s.
This is not medical advice.  Talk to your doctor.
28 - EP28 w/ Quintus Curtius: 'Pencil Necks', Protecting Your Homeland + Timeless Wisdom from the Ancients Sol Brah is joined by the OG Quintus Curtius : Author. Translator. His purpose is to inspire, educate, and entertain; to equip the reader for the turbulent voyage of life.
This HIGH OCTANE discussion will provide you some juice in your veins and knowledge in your noggin’
The Two Discuss:

Quintus’ Life Path and How He Came to Writing
The Pencil Neck’s and What To Do About Them
Fight or Flight? To Protect the Homeland, Or Leave?
The Wisdom of the Ancients - How to LIVE IT

And SO much more...
Visit Quintus' Website
Follow Quintus Curtius on Twitter
Follow Sol Brah on Twitter
Join Sol Brah's Telegram Group
Join the Lambros Society
Check out my Youtube Channel
Cooking With Sol Brah: Your Guide to Eating With Vitality
KWC #086 Quintus Curtius Quintus Curtius is the pen name of writer and translator George Thomas. He is an MIT graduate, a marine veteran as well as an expert in law. He currently is the managing partner of a law firm focusing on bankruptcy and criminal defense. But all of this is not our subject, as he started writing and translating ancient texts a bit late in his career while becoming very well known for it. Now, he has published original, annotated translations of several important ancient books. In addition to this he has published three collections of essays that focus on moral, ethical, and historical topics. A great conversation, one I will most certainly remember and possibly recreate in the future. Enjoy!
#7 - Quintus Curtius: Breathing New Life into Latin Translation Scott interviews attorney, former Marine, autodidact, and lover of classics Quintus Curtius (his nomme de guerre) about his life passion - translating classic works of Latin. Quintus has translated six major books including Cicero's On Dutiesand Sallast's The Conspiracy of Cataline and The War of Jugurtha. He has also written extensively about philosophy, linguistics, travel, and many other topics on his blog. Notably, Quintus is not an academic, yet he has dedicated years of hard study to learning and translating Latin. He is the embodiment of what we strive for at Online Great Books, a man seeking to better himself and gain deeper understanding of the world by engaging in hard, enriching things.   You can find Quintus Curtius and his books and articles at https://qcurtius.com.
Prologue to Quintus Curtius's "Pantheon" The prologue of Quintus Curtius's book "Pantheon", describing the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen.