The all-day workshop addressed different levels of time and various human attitudes towards it. In addition to the five usual classifications on time management, the presenter highlighted a sixth aspect […]
New Acropolis in Nashville presented a seminar called “Cracking Plato’s Myth of the Cave” at a library just outside the city.
The Széchenyi István High School, invited New Acropolis to participate in the program of the Széchenyi Days with a lecture and staging of Plato’s Allegory of the Cave. ‘What is […]
Workshop taught by actor Zahi Glick, who through entertaining games, the use of imagination and brief informative talks to participants, had the ability to encourage the group to “break” the […]
On the weekend of the fall equinox, New Acropolis Boston volunteers and students traveled to New York City to visit key sites and spend time discussing classical philosophical ideas and […]
The Emater Institute, led by Elisángela Froehlich, professor of the institution in the region of Porto Alegre, presented a lecture for the students of New Acropolis with the aim of […]
In the context of the situation that the country’s inhabitants are currently experiencing, the lecture was based on a series of books and lessons from classical philosophy which foster reflection on […]