I have just completed and now submitted three chapters for different edited books. The first of these, ‘Renaissance Consolations: Philosophical Remedies for Fate and Fortune’, is for a volume devoted to fate and fortune in Renaissance philosophy. The second, ‘Self or Cosmos: Foucault versus Hadot’, is for a volume devoted to the late work of Michel Foucault. The third, ‘Indifference versus Affirmation: Michel Foucault on the Stoic Idea of Life as a Test’, is for a volume on the French reception of Stoicism, based on a conference from a couple of years ago. I have also written a very short introduction to a special issue of a journal devoted to the Stoic tradition, arising from a conference I attended in Budapest last year.
Delighted to announce the publication of my latest book, Hellenistic Philosophy, with Oxford University Press. The book is now out in Europe in both hardback and paperback, and will be available in the rest of the world within the next month or two.