Roman Chariot Racing: a Sport for Fanatics
By Mónica Correa, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Nowadays folks use fast cars and designer handbags to flaunt their wealth. Back
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Narcissus: How Vanity can be Evil
By Ben Potter, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Even from a very young age Narcissus was unrivaled in two things: his stunning
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Protagoras & Relativism
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom “Man is the measure of all things…” It is likely that you have
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The Colosseum: A Symbol of Gory Glory
By Mónica Correa, contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom While the Roman Empire bequeathed us many splendid structures, from the Pantheon in
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The 13 Most Important Buildings in Ancient Alexandria, Egypt
An important center of Hellenistic civilization, Alexandria was the capital of Ptolemaic Egypt, Roman and Byzantine Egypt for almost 1,000
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Mind, Matter, and Monism: Philosophy of Mind in Ancient Greece
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom Mind and matter or physical and mental – these are distinctions that we
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The Sirens: A Symbol of Fear
By Jocelyn Hitchcock, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom “For with their high clear song, the Sirens bewitch him, as they sit
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Hippocrates The Father of Medicine
Hippocrates embodied the perfect doctor: kind, wise, old, knowledgeable, with a long beard and profound wrinkles around perceptive eyes. At
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Ptolemy, the Man who Reached the Stars
By Mónica Correa, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom The study of the earth, stars and space started millennia ago. With a
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Tyrannical Hell or Harmonious Utopia?
By Jacob Bell, Associate Editor, Classical Wisdom Imagine this… You are born into a political and social structure which has
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