“Civilizations and philosophy: Philosophy as a basis for building societies” , an exhibition promoted by New Acropolis in the city of Joinville in association with the Joinville Cultural Project, will be on show at Cenecista College in Joinville and at Espaço Cultural do Shopping Ciudad de las Flores until the end of May.
The exhibition presents six of the great ancient civilizations (Egypt, Pre-Colombian America, Greece, Rome, India and China) and the Renaissance, together with their respective Schools of Philosophy.
Several panels showing a time-line reveal a timeless wisdom running through the history of humanity, promoted by sages and philosophers who, in different ways and at different places and times, have worked for similar ideals.
Archive for May, 2013
May 27 2013
May 24 2013
May 23 2013
On 23 April 2013 New Acropolis in Zagreb – Croatia marked the World Book and Copyright Day by taking part in the “Book Night” event. Among numerous other booksellers and publishers who contributed to this celebration of reading, the New Acropolis drew attention to its books and magazine through thematic promotions.
May 22 2013
New Acropolis Sydney members have visited the Alexander the Great Exhibitin. This was the largest exhibition ever seen in Australia from The State Hermitage, Russia.
May 20 2013
With the purpose of inviting young people to appreciate all the potential each one of them has, Universidad del Valle invited New Acropolis to give a talk entitled ”Attitude: the Key to Professional Success”.
May 20 2013
As part of the programme to commemorate the foundation of the Platonic School that New Acropolis will be conducting over the course of this year, a presentation of the book “Atlantis, between Myth and History” took place in Alicante. The authors, Miguel Artola Molleman and Ana Díaz Sierra, tell us how the story is narrated by Plato’s great-uncle and help us to approach the different hypotheses that currently exist on this subject with great consistency.