Being and Non Being Part 11

Many who might read this discussion on being or not-being or about movement and rest, might wonder why anyone would even bother with such a discussion. It would thus be prudent to consider why these topics are discussed at such length and what value they confer. At all times in history, certain people have become […]

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Being and Non Being 5

By Peter Worman Last week the Sophist was defined as someone who disputes on behalf of someone for a fee. His style of questioning is both bombastic and pugnacious often bordering on violence. He assumes a point of view of   knowing all about the subject he argues on yet possesses little true knowledge and resorts […]

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Marcilio Ficino Public Talk a Great Success

By Ginny Koumantarakis Marcilio Ficino was a Renaissance man in the true sense – a medical doctor, a priest, a philosopher, a student who had the privilege of many ancient manuscripts at his disposal, and the energy and ability to make good use of them. He was a Florentine philosopher, translator, and commentator, largely responsible […]

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