How to Get Over a Break-Up… and Other Love Tips from Lucretius
By Alex Barrientos, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom Weekly Being lovers of Classical Wisdom, you are likely familiar with Epicurus and his
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Euripides Greek Tragedy’s Unsung Hero
A lone figure, swaddled in rags sits secluded in a dank cave bent over his papyrus. The whittled reed in
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Hector (The Iliad)
Known From: The Iliad “One omen is best: defending the fatherland” -Hector, from The Iliad Hector is a prominent character in
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[Video] Interview on Greek Mythology
Anya Leonard discusses Greek mythology on the Mind Of Veedu Podcast. They discuss the birth of the gods and why
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Love and Strife: Empedocles’ Universe
By David Hooker, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Who hasn’t looked up into a sky full of stars and wondered what
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Minotaur – A Beastie of Epic proportions
By Katherine Kennedy, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Down, down below the imperial Palace of Knossos, the capital of Crete and
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Christianity and Stoicism
By Rodrigo Ferreyra, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom It is no secret that the origins of Christian thought are closely related
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Pithecusae: Island of Firsts
By Mary Naples, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Home to thermal springs and verdant landscapes, the idyllic island of Ischia also
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The Illogic of Contradiction – Metaphysics by Aristotle
by Joel Bowman Don’t tell the politicians, Classical Reader, neither on the left, nor on the right. In the non-trivial
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A Toast To The Ancients
By Van Bryan, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Wining and dining — and philosophizing — is the way the Ancients celebrated
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