Aristotle’s Rhetoric: The Philosophy of Persuasion
In this life, whether you are a philosopher or not, you will need to know how to persuade people. AristotleRead more.
Suicide: A Hero’s way out?
By Ben Potter, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom The debt we owe to the Ancients is almost impossible to measure. TheyRead more.
The Mysteries of The Orphics
By John Mancini, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Of the many belief systems circulating in archaic Greece, Orphism was perhaps theRead more.
Why Alexander Invaded
By Cam Rea, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Alexander of Macedon, more widely known as Alexander the Great, is one ofRead more.
The Pompeii Mosaics: A Rare Look into Roman Life
By Jocelyn Hitchcock, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom The Pompeii Mosaics: The Volcano Erupts For nearly 2000 years Pompeii and itsRead more.
Leucippus, Democritus, and Atomism
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom Most folks know something about atomic theory… its surprising ancient history, however, isRead more.
Herodotus’ Giant Ants
by Cam Rea, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Earlier this week I came across a quote by Herodotus on Classical Wisdom’sRead more.
Spotlight on Heroes: Achilles
Known From: The Iliad Notable Quotes about Achilles: “Sing Goddess, Achilles’ rage, Black and murderous, that cost the Greeks Incalculable pain,Read more.
Chrysippus the Under-Rated
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom “If Chrysippus had not existed, neither would the Stoa.” This became a popularRead more.