Epicurus – Proto-Scientist, Secular-Saint, and Sophisticated Hedonist
By Jacob Bell, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom There is probably no other ancient Greek philosopher who has been so misunderstoodRead more.
Pheidias – The Great Greek Sculptor
By Jocelyn Hitchcock, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Considered one of the greatest sculptors of all time and producing pieces thatRead more.
Xenia for a Better World
Today’s Classics Challenge delves into the importance of Xenia… and how resurfacing this concept can make for both better individualsRead more.
[Video] Classics Challenge Day 6: Death
Enjoy the little Things: Epicureanism Epicurus was a philosopher that began flexing his intellectual muscles only a few decades afterRead 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.
About Heraclitus: Heraclitus (535 – 475 BC) was a Greek Pre Socratic Philosopher who believed that the universe was governedRead more.
[Video] Classics Challenge: Day 1
Welcome to the Classics Challenge! Today we are going to start off with one of the most important tenets ofRead more.
What is Time?
By Wu Mingren, Contributing Writer, Ancient Origins Time is a concept that exists in most, if not all cultures, andRead more.
[Video] Take the Classics Challenge!
What is the Classics Challenge? It’s a way to start 2019 on the right foot with ancient wisdom that hasRead more.
Why Do We Celebrate Christmas on the 25th of December?
By April Holloway, Contributing Writer, Ancient Origins Why is Christmas celebrated on December 25th? The popular answer is that itRead more.