Healthy Skepticism for Better Debates
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom One would have thought that in this age of information, logical fallacies wouldRead more.
[Video] Classics Challenge: Ancient Greek Memorization Techniques
In ancient Greece, prior to being written down, stories were recounted orally. Due to that, memory played an important partRead more.
Armillary Spheres: Following Celestial Objects in the Ancient World
By Ḏḥwty, Contributing Writer, Ancient Origins Astronomy is often considered to be one of the oldest branches of science. InRead more.
The Unlucky Seven Against Thebes
Seven warriors killing seven other soldiers in front of seven gates. You’d think that story would forever condemn the numberRead more.
5 Top Ancient Greek Olympians
By Ben Potter In a our world where are mainstream sporting heroes are millionaires, prima donnas, sex-offenders, and drug-cheats, theRead more.
Prometheus The Creation of Man and a History of Enlightenment
The story of Prometheus, Epimetheus and Pandora is a popular myth of ancient Greece. It has been told and retoldRead more.
Homer the Poet and Fate – Part Two
by A.P. David – You can Read Homer the Poet and Fate – Part One by A.P. David HERE: https://classicalwisdom.com/homer-the-poet-and-fate-part-one/ TheRead more.
Homer and the Soul
by A.P. David There is no ‘soul’ in Homer. The Ancient Greek ψυχή is usually translated as ‘soul’. The AncientRead more.