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About: M. Reed Meyers

An independent scholar, Reed has a background in rhetoric, critical theory and humor. He has published articles on subjects as diverse as neurosurgery, 1920's Hollywood scandals, immigration and the U.S. Civil War, and the Battle of Marathon. His current research interests include stoic philosophy, meditation, physical culture, and consciousness studies.

Recent Posts by M. Reed Meyers

Fitness Tips from Ancient Greece

Written by M. Reed Myers, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom If you are like most people, you probably wonder what life would be like if you had the body of a Greek god.  You wonder what doors would open for you if you had the kind of physique that only a Praxiteles would be fit to

The History Behind the Vitruvian Man

The story sounds like a Dan Brown thriller: Leonardo Da Vinci’s notebooks contain a skillfully executed, albeit curious image.  A man with two sets of arms and legs poses in the center of a circle and square.  With one set of arms forming a V and one set of legs out-splayed, the figure’s soles and

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