Written by Justin D. Lyons, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom The philosopher in Plato’s Laws, called the Athenian stranger, converses with
Written by Visnja Bojovic, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom It is old news that ancient thinkers were constantly questioning human learning,
Written by Nickolas Pappas, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom There’s a story about love in Plato’s Symposium that captures the feeling
You know how it goes... all ancient men hated women. Right? And Socrates... well, he was a terrible husband. So
By Van Bryan So, that’s probably a strange thing to say, right? After all, the popular opinion today is that
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom Imagine this… You are born into a political and social structure which has
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom Socrates loved the pursuit of wisdom more than any other. He valued truth,
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom Plato, along with his instructor Socrates, are often recognized as the minds which began
By Ben Potter The Phaedo takes places in 399 BC at the scene of the final days of Socrates’ life.
"Crito, we ought to offer a cock to Asclepius. See to it, and don't forget." - the Last words of