10 Ancient Greek Temples You Must See; Nikoleta Kalmouki; Greek Reporter — All About World Heritage Sites

Photo: Public Domain Many important ancient Greek temples are located in Greece as well as other countries that were then part of the ancient Greek world. Source: 10 Ancient Greek Temples You Must See

10 Ancient Greek Temples You Must See; Nikoleta Kalmouki; Greek Reporter — All About World Heritage Sites

Über die väterlichen Götter — Hellenismos heute

Vlassis G. Rassias: »Peri ton patroon Theon«, in: Rassias (Startseite: Texts and Interviews Translated into German), zuletzt abgerufen am 8. Gamelion 2791. Auszug aus der griechischen Publikation »Über die griechische Krankheit, Band I: Die väterlichen Götter« (3. Aufl., Athen 2003). Ins Deutsche von Simon Zavrakidis. Von Stilian Ariston Korovilas korrigiert. Die Griechen waren eines der […]

Über die väterlichen Götter — Hellenismos heute

Things to see and do in Sparta — Gruntie’s Travels

The ancient Spartans were fighters, not builders, so there is not a great deal of substantial evidence of them in their prime around 400BC. But there are some remains to explore as well as the small Archeology Museum and The Olive Oil Museum. Sparta also has a smattering of churches that are worth visiting. The […]

Things to see and do in Sparta — Gruntie’s Travels

Ephesus: Marvel of the ancient world in western Turkey; Daily Sabah — All About World Heritage Sites

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Ephesus: Marvel of the ancient world in western Turkey; Daily Sabah — All About World Heritage Sites

The Human Story – The European Renaissance — Rest is History

The Renaissance was an eventful period of European cultural, political, artistic and economic “rebirth” following the miserable Middle Ages. Generally, described as taking place from the 14th to 17th centuries, the European Renaissance promoted the rediscovery of classical philosophy, art and literature. Some of the greatest authors, statesman, thinkers and scientists in human history lived […]

The Human Story – The European Renaissance — Rest is History

Greek Philosophy – Aristotle’s Ethics — Thought Itself

Aristotle believed that humans have a purpose which is the fulfillment of human nature, the aim of the good life.  While many goals in life merely lead to further additional goals, such as the goal of making money leading to the goal of pleasure or security, Aristotle that there must be a final goal, an […]

Greek Philosophy – Aristotle’s Ethics — Thought Itself

Why We Need the Classics — Discourses on Minerva

Do the ancient Greeks have anything left to tell us? Anyone who deals extensively in the humanities, and especially the classics, inevitably must ask themselves this question. Apart from being eclectic or a renaissance individual, if the Greeks have nothing important to teach us, why bother wrestling with them at all? That seems to be […]

Why We Need the Classics — Discourses on Minerva