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Socrates Found Not Guilty in NHM Mock Trial

Socrates, the philosopher from Athens who is credited as the founder of Western philosophy, was found not guilty in a mock trial conducted by the National Hellenic Museum (NHM). Robert A. Clifford and Sarah F. King, partners of Clifford Law...

Ancient Greek Philosophers’ Timeless Wisdom and Quotes

Some of the best quotes by Greek philosophers are sure to make you reflect on life's many issues, and change the way you think.

Was Socrates’ Trial and Subsequent Death Penalty Legally Just?

Historians have presented the trial of Socrates as a parody, claiming that the Athenian philosopher was forced to face invented charges

Xenophon: Warrior and Chronicler of Ancient Greece

The Greek military leader, philosopher and historian Xenophon was beyond a doubt one of the most extraordinary figures of ancient Greece.

Who Is the Most Famous Greek Person that Ever Lived?

Who is the most famous Greek ever? This the perennial question that often occurs among Greeks, philhellenes and historians. Of course there is no one answer to this question. There are many famous Greeks who lived in the past 2,500...

Confucius and Socrates Statues Mark Greece-China Year of Culture

Statues of Confucius and Socrates were unveiled in Athens on Thursday to mark an event launching the "Greece-China Year of Culture & Tourism in 2021." The installation of sculptures titled "Confucius & Socrates: a Meeting" was donated by the Art...

Gossip was a Powerful Tool for the Powerless in Ancient Greece

Gossip was a real tool in the hands of slaves who wanted to punish their masters if they had treated them badly in ancient Greece.

'Socrates Now': An Interactive Performance That Brings Us Up Against Ourselves

The Greek Theater of New York (EllinikoThεatro) and Visionary Culture present "Socrates Now," an interactive performance that has traveled to 20 countries and has been staged at the world's finest universities, such as Yale, Harvard, Oxford and Cambridge. The...

International Day for the Greek Language Celebrated in Naples, Italy

A literary marathon, concert, discussions and a theatrical play, were several of the activities included in the program of the first International Day for the Greek Language and Civilization, which was celebrated in Naples, Italy. During the literary marathon, which...

German Newspaper Depicts Socrates Holding His Head Over Greek Crisis

German newspaper Bild has photoshopped a statue of Socrates holding his head in despair as Greece enters a new crisis similar to the one last spring that brought the country close to a Grexit. "The Alexis Tsipras government is depending...