Aristotle’s Virtue For Some
We learn equally from those who were right as from those who were wrong. We cherry pick ancient ideas, forcingRead more.
By Van Bryan, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom While the works of Aristotle are numerous, detailed, and profound in their ownRead more.
Plato’s Symposium: Always Change For Love
By Van Bryan So, that’s probably a strange thing to say, right? Plato’s Symposium After all, the popular opinion todayRead more.
The Theory of Recollection: Immortal Soul Required
By Ben Potter The Phaedo takes places in 399 BC at the scene of the final days of Socrates’ life.Read more.
Aristotle’s Poetics – The Science of Tragedy
Aristotle probably would have liked Titanic. He might have even compared it to Sophocles’ Theban Plays, celebrating Jack and RoseRead more.
Plato’s Phaedo: The Spirituality of Socrates
“Crito, we ought to offer a cock to Asclepius. See to it, and don’t forget.” – the Last words ofRead more.
Socrates Justice – Law and Disorder
by Anya Leonard Somewhere between the words of Socrates and the thoughts of Plato lies the profound question of whatRead more.
Aristotle and the Myth of Political Justice
Are there warring factions in any political society? We wonder. Is that where all our problems stem from? The ideaRead more.
Four Important Lessons from Aristotle’s “The Politics”
Viewed as a whole, Politics is a rather intimidating piece of work. No mere political treatise, it is an examinationRead more.
Socrates the Prophet?
By Van Bryan I originally thought of this article idea some time ago. I remember standing in the basement ofRead more.