A talk about the Chinese New Year, its antiquity, the myth of the Chinese horoscope, the five elements, Chinese Astrology and its influence in all the areas of the cultural life of this country.
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Mar 19 2017
Dec 05 2016
Events were marked by pyramids and tombs, everyday life, symbolism, life and death, places such as Dendera, Philae, the temples of Karnak, Edfu… which fascinated the numerous attendees who took part in this wonderful journey.
May 27 2014
New Acropolis El Salvador presented the lecture Use the other 90%! in the Alberto Masferrer Universityof the capital.
Dec 03 2013
Durante el mes de noviembre a lo largo de todo el país se conmemoró el Día Mundial de la Filosofía. Este año las actividades se inspiraron en las grandes escuelas clásicas de Occidente, en especial la platónica fundada por
Platón hace 2.400. Con el lema “Cuando cambiamos el mundo cambia. La Filosofía como herramienta de transformación” se llevó a cabo en las diferentes ciudades una programa con exposiciones sobre las escuelas clásicas de filosofía; festivales gastronómicos; voluntariado ecológico con limpiezas en las calles y charlas sobre el papel de la Filosofía para todos los problemas actuales del hombre y la sociedad.
Nov 23 2013
On Saturday, 4 May, a lecture entitled Relevance of the Ideal of the Knights Templar Today was held at the headquarters of New Acropolis in Montevideo.
The Knights Templar were an order of warrior monks whose mission was to protect Christian pilgrims. But more than that, they were bastions of moral values such as austerity and courage, amongst others. The purpose of the lecture was to show the relevance of the Templars’ Ideal and to learn how it can be applied in our society today.
Oct 14 2013
Every month events promoted by New Acropolis Fortaleza are held in a large bookshop in the city.
Mar 12 2013
New Acropolis organised a lecture on “Ideals of the Renaissance” at the Faculty of Fine Arts in the Portuguese capital. The lecture was given by Prof. Harry Costin, who approached the topic from a historical and humanistic perspective.
Continuing with the Renaissance theme on the following day, Prof. Costin gave another well-attended talk entitled “The Seven Lights of the Renaissance” .
Harry Costin studied Strategy at Boston University and has a Masters in Education from Harvard University. He is a great admirer of the Renaissance legacy and believes it can provide us with keys to inspire a renewal of contemporary thought and help to create a better future.