The Prince of Ancient Comedy: Aristophanes
By Ben Potter To translate Ancient texts correctly is no easy task, even for the most proficient student of Greek.
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Five Reasons Why Socrates Was A Terrible Husband
By. Van Bryan Socrates is often credited with the quote, “By all means, marry. If you get a good wife,
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Aristippus and the Pursuit of Pleasure
As is common with many of the more obscure ancient philosophers, the majority of our knowledge comes from Diogenes Laertius’
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My Women Fight Like Men
Queen Artemisia of Caria is mentioned by a handful of ancient Greek writers who would have lived some years after
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Pyrrho Of Elis (360-270 BCE)
Branch: Epistemology Approach: Pyrrhonism “He lead a life consistent with his doctrine, going out of his way for nothing, taking
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Mark Antony: Make Love And War
  by Cam Rea Once the dust cleared at the Battle of Philippi in 42 BCE, the victor Mark Antony
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Musonius: The Roman Socrates
Musonius Rufus was born sometime before 30 A.D. to an Etruscan family in the town of Volsinii. Considered one of
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Protagoras
Branch: Ethics Approach: Relativism “Man is the measure of all things” Protagoras was born in Abdera, in northeast Greece. He would
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Zeno of Elea (490-430 BCE)
Branch: Epistemology Approach: Paradox’s (reductio ad absurdum) Zeno of Elea was a rather interesting presocratic philosopher, though that isn’t to
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Zeno of Citium (332-265 BCE)
Branch: Ethics Approach: Stoicism “Happiness is a good flow of life” Zeno of Citium was born around 332 BCE, some
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