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.
Introducing Plato and the Theaetetus
By Samuel Gren Contributor from Noet, a Classical Wisdom Weekly partner A.N. Whitehead once characterized Western philosophy as “a seriesRead more.
Aristotle and the Art of Friendship
How many friends do you have? Are they really your friends? Is it possible that your friends are using youRead more.
Xenophanes and the Singular God
Xenophanes of Colophon was a traveling poet and philosopher who preceded Socrates by over a century. As is common withRead more.
The Pitiable Tyrant
Do you remember a few weeks ago when we had a bit of a discussion on the Platonic dialogue, Gorgias?Read more.
It’s Not How You Say It…
I once had a philosophy professor who told my class, with all the authority and reverence he could muster,Read more.
Seneca and “On The Shortness of Life”
Okay, so we are going to be talking about some pretty heavy stuff today. For starters, we are going toRead more.
Living Stress-Free And Stoically
Feeling stressed? Well, take some comfort in knowing that you are not alone. Last year the American Psychological Association conductedRead more.