The Greeks Who Made Us Who We Are: Eighteen Ancient by M.A. Soupios

By M.A. Soupios

Hellenic contributions to Western Civilization are said by means of all, however the information in their endowment are under-appreciated. This quantity seeks to reveal distinct beneficial properties of Western tradition uniquely brought on by the traditional Greeks: A human-centered worldview that increased people to the edge of divinity and a philosophical temperament which for the 1st time in background proffered the unbridled operation of the human brain as a type of cultural imperative.
Eighteen seminal thinkers who left lasting impressions in such fields as ethics, medication, faith, politics, poetry and artwork are tested intimately. The efforts of those contributors helped identify a special cultural pedigree in contrast to the other in global heritage. They invested the West with that stressed, intrepid behavior of brain that is still the hallmark of Western civilization to this day.

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