Greek European Culture

Category: Education

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Education, Europe - West, Greek art, Greek history, Philosophy

Bob Dylan, I return once again to Homer

Education, Philosophy

Brian Eno: Humanity Starts with Art

Education, Europe - West, Politics

B. Kerstein: Chomsky is a man who dedicated his public life to political evil

Education, Philosophy

P. Ibbotson and M. Tomasello on the error of N. Chomsky: The impasse of universal grammar

Education, Greek Language, Greek Library

Alison Rowan, Understanding authentia in 3 Maccabees 2, 29

Education, Europe - West, Greek history, Politics

President Barack Obama, A Speech For Democracy

Education, Europe - West, Philosophy

Hannah Arendt, An extraordinary loss of humanity


The secret to thriving students is teachers

Education, Europe - West, Islam, Orthodox Christianity, Philosophy

Islam did not pass Greek knowledge to the West

Education, Europe - West, Greek Language, Islam, Orthodox Christianity, Philosophy

Aristotle at Mont Saint-Michel, A Review


Replicating game fighting spirit in classroom to motivate students

Education, Europe - West, Philosophy

How philosophy became irrelevant

Education, Politics

Serious emotional problems in children with same-sex parents

Education, Politics

Children of homosexuals suffer a significant harm


Capturing the brain as it begins to create

Education, Philosophy

We can only live in the real world

Education, Philosophy

Reading in search of a balance between wisdom and impressions

Education, Politics

Lessons from Canada, Children need different-sex parents and society needs real freedom

Education, Greek Language

Joseph Joubert, To think of God is an act

Education, Greek history, Greek Language, Greek Library

Fragment of (maybe) the oldest copy of the Gospel of Mark discovered


Steve Wasserman, We need love for difficulty


Helping our children with good reading

Education, Europe - West, Politics

Pope Francis, We need a Europe which contemplates the heavens


In search for beauty and truth

Education, Greek history, Greek Language, Greek Library, Orthodox Christianity

The Septuagint and the Vocabulary of the New Testament

Church of Greece, Education, Greek history, Greek Language

Greek language from the completion of the Septuagint to the New Testament


The Spirit of the Beehive, Life and Death in Childhood

Church of Greece, Cinema, Orthodox Christianity

Elder Paisios the Athonite, a film from Russia


Music and Freedom, an interview with Celibidache

Education, Greek history, Greek Language, Modern literature, News

Literature as Performance, July 5-7, Athens, Greece

Archaeology, Art, Byzantine empire, Rome, Western Christianity

The ‘Fair Angel’ and the David Plates: Hellenism in Late Antique Art

Education, Greek Language, Greek Library

Simon Goldhill, The poetic texture of Aeschylus

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