In celebration of World Philosophy Day, New Acropolis in the cities of Ukraine held a number of lectures on philosophy, science and art.
New Acropolis of Kiev held Science Day and Art Day – lectures and workshops on philosophy of science, including Space. Time. Matter and Golden Section. Formula of Perfection, and on philosophy of music, including Music, the Way to Harmony.
Science Day in Kiev
Art Day at New Acropolis Kiev
Art Day in Kiev
New Acropolis of Kiev hosted a lecture by the Ukrainian philosopher Anatoly Akhutin, titled HomoEuropaeus. A Man In Question.
Lecture by the Ukrainian philosopher Anatoly Akhutin
New Acropolis of Odessa hosted a lecture by Dr. Oksana Dovgopola, Professor at the Odessa I. I. Mechnikov National University, addressing the topic Philosophical understanding of our role in history.
Oksana Dovgopola, Ph. D., Professor at the Odessa I. I. Mechnikov National University
New Acropolis in Kharkiv hosted a lecture by Dr. Leonid Ushkalov, titled Hryhoriy Skovoroda and Freedom.
Lecture by Leonid Ushkalov, Ph. D., titled ‘Hryhoriy Skovoroda and Freedom’.
Workshop ‘Ancient Philosophy in the 21st century: Everyday exercises’
New Acropolis in Lviv held a workshop Ancient Philosophy in the 21st century: Everyday Exercises whereby participants engaged in practices from philosophical schools of Ancient Greece (according to What Is Ancient Philosophy by Pierre Hadot).
Workshop in Lviv ‘Ancient Philosophy in the 21st century: Everyday exercises’
New Acropolis in Dnipropetrovsk held a lecture on The Platonic Academy in Florence about the cradle of Renaissance ideas that brought together the greatest thinkers of that time, who were faithful to the ideals of the Renaissance.
‘The Platonic Academy of Florence, at New Acropolis Dnipropetrovsk
‘The Platonic Academy of Florence’