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  • Nineteenth-century painting by Philipp Foltz depicting the Athenian politician Pericles delivering his famous funeral oration in front of the Assembly – Public Domain

    War and Power in Classical Greece: Lessons for Superpowers and the World

    Prologue Humans have had almost ceaseless difficulties in working and living together. Superstition, religious ideas, race, geography, ownership of land, and language engulf them so much, they often fail to extend a friendly hand to people who don’t fit their schizophrenia of who among humans is… Read More
  • 1977 Greek postage stamp celebrating the 2,300 anniversary of the birth of Alexander the Great

    What is a Golden Age?

    A golden age captures the best and greatest virtues of human achievements. These accomplishments, however, must have the potential of uplifting humanity to a higher plane of living and be sufficiently moral for building civilization.Greece had two golden ages. Their legacies, especially in science,… Read More
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    The Golden Age of Greek Science

    What is a golden age? A golden age captures the best and greatest virtues of human achievements. These accomplishments, however, must have the potential of uplifting humanity to a higher plane of living and be sufficiently moral for building civilization. Greece had two golden ages. Their legacies,… Read More