Ancient Bactria: Battleground For Civilization
Written by Ed Whalen, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom The ancient region of Bactria was in what is now Afghanistan, Uzbekistan,
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The Influence of Ancient Politics on Modern Political Systems
Written by Michael C. Anderson, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Most people believe ancient political systems have had a minimal effect
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A Short History of Voting in the Ancient World
Written by Ed Whalen, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Like so much else in the modern world, voting was invented by
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Communism, Class Struggle, and the Roman Republic
Written by Titus, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Karl Marx said that humanity has been in a constant class struggle. According
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#CancelCulture: Lessons from the Ancient World (PART 2)
Written by Van Bryan, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Classical Wisdom for Modern Minds You remember our mandate. Here we believe
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The Classical Wisdom of the Founding Fathers
Written by Alex Barrientos, Senior Editor, Classical Wisdom The United States of America will turn 244 years old tomorrow. From
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Socrates And Martin Luther King: Lessons in Civil Disobedience
Written by Van Bryan, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom At the opening of the Crito, a dialogue by the philosopher Plato, Socrates
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Antigone: Democracy vs. Authoritarianism
Written by Alex Barrientos, Senior Editor, Classical Wisdom In Sophocles’ Antigone there are several different struggles taking place concerning different
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The Myth of the Greater Good
Written by Wendy McElroy, Contributing Writer, Laissez Faire Books In entry-level philosophy class, a professor will often present a scenario that
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