How To Be an Aristotelian and a Yogi
Written by Leigh Duffy, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom While yoga has exploded in popularity in the last twenty years or
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Plotinus: Founder Of Neo-Platonism
Written by Ed Whalen, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Plotinus (205-70 AD) was one of the most important philosophers of late
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If You Win, You Lose: The Philosopher’s Political Dilemma
Written by Justin D. Lyons, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom The philosopher in Plato’s Laws, called the Athenian stranger, converses with
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Learning Greek with the Ancients: Noesis
Written by Visnja Bojovic, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom It is old news that ancient thinkers were constantly questioning human learning,
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The Undermined Valentine
Written by Nickolas Pappas, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom There’s a story about love in Plato’s Symposium that captures the feeling
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Aristotle’s Soul ‘Psyches’ and How to Understand Them
Written by Emma Coffinet, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom From the meaning of life to the art of politics and the
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Pre-Socratic Atomists: Pioneers of Modern Science
Written by Ed Whalen, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom The pre-Socratic Atomists were a group of ancient thinkers who proposed a
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How to Eat Like a Stoic: The Ancient Diets of Cynicism and Stoicism
Donald J. Robertson, Writer and Cognitive-behavioural Psychotherapist, author of “The Philosophy of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy” The ancient Cynic and Stoic philosophers
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Aristotle and the chatbot
Written by Justin Osborne, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Whenever you surf the Internet, you‘re likely to bump into chatbots powered
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Do Philosopher Queens Exist?
You know how it goes… all ancient men hated women. Right? And Socrates… well, he was a terrible husband. So
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