The Ethical Power of Music: Ancient Greek and Chinese Thoughts

Here we present the ‘Abstract‘ from the corresponding essay by Yuhwen Wang. Continue reading “The Ethical Power of Music: Ancient Greek and Chinese Thoughts”

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An introduction to Romanity – Charlemagne’s lie of 794 and the primitive Greek-Romans

This is the first of a series of articles we are going to post on the issue of ‘Romanity‘, of  ‘being a Roman’ through time. What is and what isn’t ‘Roman’, and how this evolved in History. The majority of people today ignore the fact that ‘Romans’ and ‘Romanity’ still exist. We believe this is a very interesting and important issue. Additionaly, let us consider this series of articles a ‘tribute’ to the last Roman State that fell like today:

29th of May 1453 – Black Tuesday Continue reading “An introduction to Romanity – Charlemagne’s lie of 794 and the primitive Greek-Romans”

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