In this article we present and originally analyze seven excerpts from the ancient Greek Philosopher Democritus. Continue reading “Democritus and the Orthodox Paternal Tradition”
During the Lorenz Eitner Lecture at Stanford, classics scholar Peter Meineck explored how cognitive research methods shed light on the ancient and contemporary theatrical experience.
By Stephen Sansom Continue reading “What Can Neuroscience Tell us about Greek Theatre?”
In this post we present and shortly analyze an excerpt from “Aristoxenus’ Pythagorean decisions and life“. Continue reading “On desires – A Pythagorean approach”
In this article we present and analyze two Pythagorean excerpts with reference to the soul. Continue reading “Challenges for the soul in the 21st Century – A Pythagorean approach”
Low “mental energy” may affect walking patterns in older adults more than physical fatigue. New research about the relationship between walking ability and self-reported mood will be presented today at the American Physiological Society (APS) annual meeting at Experimental Biology 2018 in San Diego. Continue reading “Mental, not physical, fatigue affects seniors’ walking ability”
The watchword for the Orthodox faithful is ‘Christ is all and is in all’ (Col. 3, 11), that is unless every aspect of our life is steeped in Christ, then it’s divided in an unacceptable manner into religious and non-religious. Continue reading “The Characteristic Attributes of the Orthodox Ethos”