Greek Philosophy – Diogenes — Thought Itself

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Diogenes of Sinope (412 – 323 BCE) also known as Diogenes the Cynic, was born in Sinope, an Ionian colony in what is today North Turkey on the Black Sea. He is not Diogenes Laertius, the biographer of philosophers we have heard much from, nor is he several different Diogenes who are less famous Greek philosophers. […]

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Studie offenbart Abstammung der Erbauer von Stonehenge — grenzwissenschaft-aktuell.de

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Lesezeit: ca. 4 Minuten London (Großbritannien) – Eine neue DNA-Analyse belegt, dass die Vorfahren jener Menschen, die Megalith-Monumente wie Stonehenge und Avebury erbaut hatten, aus dem heutigen Griechenland und der Türkei stammten und über das Mittelmeer und den Atlantik auf die britischen Inseln kamen. Dabei brachten diese Menschen, die heute wohl als Migranten bezeichnet werden…

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Orpheus and the Orphics: Ancient Greek Monotheism — Novo Scriptorium

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In this article we show, with direct reference to ancient sources/texts, that Orpheus and the Orphics were Monotheists. Orpheus was named ‚theologist‚ by the ancient Greeks. His theological system was symbolic, the same it was for most of the ancient Greek Monotheist Philosophers-Mystics, where the various names of gods and men, depending on the way […]

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Greek Philosophy – Socrates — Thought Itself

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Socrates (470-400 BCE) is a very famous yet controversial and obscure figure. Like many great thinkers of the ancient world, he did not write his own thoughts down but taught others. It was Plato (430-350 BCE) and another philosopher and historian named Xenophon (not Xenophanes, the philosopher) who wrote about Socrates and his teachings after his […]

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A Medieval Criticism of Greek Myth — SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE

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Vincent of Beauvais, Speculum Maius: “Let us come then to the Greeks so that we can see what they think about God. For the Greeks, saying that they were wise, became stupid – worse even than the Chaldeans – introducing the notion that there were many gods, some of them men and others women. They claimed […]

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Greek Origins — scienceandartblog

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The first signs of human civilisation in Europe are from Thera, on the Aegean island of Akrotiri, now called Santorini. Excavations have revealed early Minoan settlements and a golden ibis, remains from a catastrophic volcanic eruption there, now dated as 1590BC. Some say that Plato’s description of Atlantis was based on this eruption. […]

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Über die Altäre — Hellēnismôs

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Labrys: «Περί Βωμών», in: Labrys (Artikel), zuletzt abgerufen am: 09. September «2018». Das erste und wichtigste materielle Element des griechischen Götterkultes ist der Altar, ohne den es schwerlich einen Kult geben kann.[1] Der Altar bildet die Grundlage für die Anerkennung des Göttlichen und für seine Verehrung durch den Menschen an einem bestimmten Ort. Er ist […]

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