Tyrannical Hell or Harmonious Utopia?
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom Imagine this… You are born into a political and social structure which hasRead more.
Socrates: The Man Who Knew Too Much
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom Socrates loved the pursuit of wisdom more than any other. He valued truth,Read more.
Old Ideas Renewed: Science, Philosophy, and Perception as Illusion
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom Plato, along with his instructor Socrates, are often recognized as the minds which beganRead 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.
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.
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.
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.