Posted on February 12th, 2018
What can we learn from a farce about banishment?
Where do politics, nature and religion collide with the absurd?
If you start wondering about whether if your city is a good place to live, or serve in military for, or risk your life for, Aristophanes says you’re on the road whose end is you become a god.
Pisthetaerus: What are events that stand out on road that Pisthetaerus takes?
Motivations for leaving city
Protects the birds...
Posted on January 23rd, 2018
Alcibiades is one of the most famous figures in military history. He was a successful Athenian general who fled to Athens’ enemy Sparta after being charged with sacrilege. He and Socrates had a very "complicated" relationship. This particular dialogue raises questions about the nature of justice and who is worthy to lead.
This dialogue raises questions of justice and who is worthy to lead.
Socrates is teaching Alcibiades justi...