What is Evil? Why are we so interested in it?
It’s hard to anticipate, to accept. The idea that you could actually know someone evil. That happens to other people,Read more.
A Day in the Life of an Ancient Athenian
Written by Lydia Serrant, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Athens, 424 BCE It is daybreak on a Tuesday, and already theRead more.
All You NEED to Know About the Ancient Olympics
Written by Divya Gupta, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom The first Olympic games were held in Athens, Greece in 1896. AroundRead more.
The Banishment of Julia Augusti (PART 2)
Written by Mary Naples, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Because the mere hint of sovereignty had dispatched his dear Uncle JuliusRead more.
What is it to be Happy?
Time to stretch out the old noggin today, dear reader. We’ve got a philosophical inquiry on our hands proposed byRead more.
Solon: Great Lawmaker and First Democrat
Written by Edward Whelan, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Solon (640-560 BC) was one of the most important men in theRead more.
Ares: The Greek God of War
Written by Edward Whelan, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom In the Ancient World, the most powerful forces that shaped human destinyRead more.
The Banishment of Julia Augusti (PART 1)
Written by Mary Naples, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom “I would certainly not describe as mercy, what was actually the exhaustionRead more.
Do We NEED Pain? Is Suffering Essential for Understanding?
‘Gain a child, lose a tooth’ After childbirth, obviously, and a few bad stints of food poisoning in Thailand… andRead more.
#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 believeRead more.