In this comparison episode, we’re joined by Stephen Blackwell, President of Ralston College, Savannah, Georgia. We share Plutarch’s thoughts on the lives of Eumenes and Sertorius, as well as offer our own suggestions for how these men’s legacies can help sharpen our present.
Plutarch’s comparison of Sertorius and Eumenes
Julius Caesar and the legacy of Sertorius
The importance of having favorable storytellers: Hieronymus and Sallust
Is loyalty a virtue?
The importance of being faithful
Channel your ambition into a cause and principle
Plutarch offers his own thoughts on the lives of Eumenes and Sertorius.
We offer ours on their respective legacies.
- Plutarch’s comparison of Sertorius and Eumenes
- Julius Caesar and the legacy of Sertorius
- The importance of having favorable storytellers: Hieronymus and Sallust
- Is loyalty a virtue?
- The importance of being faithful
- Channel your ambition into a cause and principle
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