Three Pre-Socratics You’ve Likely Never Heard Of
By David Hooker, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom As I read and re-read the philosophers, tragedians, poets, and other commentators of
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Love and Strife: Empedocles’ Universe
By David Hooker, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Who hasn’t looked up into a sky full of stars and wondered what
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Leucippus, Democritus, and Atomism
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom Most folks know something about atomic theory…  its surprising ancient history, however, is
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Protagoras & Relativism
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom “Man is the measure of all things…” It is likely that you have
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Anaxagoras and His Mind
By Monica Correa, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom In ancient Greece, the idea of a flat earth was simply assumed to
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Xenophanes and the Singular God
Xenophanes of Colophon was a traveling poet and philosopher who preceded Socrates by over a century. As is common with
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Anaximander’s Boundless Universe
Anaximander is often considered to be the first philosopher, at least in some circles. The more popular opinion, which is
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Heraclitus: The Fire And The Flux
By Van Bryan Heraclitus was born in Ephesus, an important ancient city located on the Ionian Coast, in about 535
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