What makes for good leadership? Sophocles' Antigone lays bare the deep costs of tyranny, and why a sense of mercy and humanity make for better rule.
The whole and the fragments: a response to human searching in modern and post-modern fiction.
Welcome to 2021, where gender equity continues to be an uphill climb.
Marcus Aurelius' journals from his time as Roman Emperor provide timeless insights for a life well-led.
Proscribed gender roles have been challenged as long as they have existed. The Ancient Greek writers are no exception.
The ancient Roman philosopher and poet Lucretius takes a scientific approach to reason, arguing that your best life is lived in the here and now - because there is no hereafter.
On civility and barbarianism, passion and reason, and the pain of the patriarchy in the domestic sphere.
China's "Second Sage," Mencius, believed that benevolent governance was essential to happy, thriving societies.
Aristotle has some thoughts on living the good life.
A glimpse at Love through the eyes of Sappho and Plato.