Xenophanes: The Most Scandalous Philosopher of Ancient Greece
Written by Mariami Shanshashvili, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Plato’s Euthyphro is centered around Socrates’ attempts to examine and define theRead more.
Aristotle: Bad Writer, but Good Philosopher?
Of Aristotle’s writing, some readers were struck by the accuracy, some by the tone, others by the diligence, incision andRead more.
The Life of Marcus Aurelius: Part I
Written by Katherine Kennedy, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom A Man of Many Names Marcus was born on the 26th ofRead more.
Epictetus: Philosophy as a Guide to Life
Written by Edward Whelan, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Stoicism was one of the most popular and influential schools of philosophyRead more.
Apollonius of Tyana: The Pagan Jesus Christ?
By Edward Whelan, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Apollonius of Tyana was a remarkable and complex person. In the Ancient WorldRead more.
Empedocles, the Eccentric Philosopher
By Jocelyn Hitchcock, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Empedocles, born c. 490 BCE in Akragas, Sicily, is perhaps one of theRead more.
Epicurus – Proto-Scientist, Secular-Saint, and Sophisticated Hedonist
By Jacob Bell, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom There is probably no other ancient Greek philosopher who has been so misunderstoodRead more.
Thales of Miletus and the Birth of Western Philosophy
Living sometime between the 8th and 6th century BCE, Thales of Miletus is often considered one of the very firstRead more.
Plato’s “Apology” And The Wisdom Of Socrates
“The Apology” recounts the speech Socrates delivers to the court of Athens that means to put him to death forRead more.
The Wholly Spirit of Aristotle
by Ben Potter When considering the origins of Western philosophy there is a clear, almost indisputable holy trinity which gaveRead more.