Monthly Archives: September 2007

LA BEAUTE DANS LES POEMES DE GEORGES SEFERIS (suive de 6/08/07)

    Invocation de la beauté intelligible (κάλλος)        L’invocation ne constitue pas un simple souhait ni un désir vague. Elle se consomme de manière contemplative et devient une sorte de prière. Elle révoque la première virginité de l’âme … Continue reading

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History of Philosophy in Islam (PART E) continued fm 31.8.07

    22 ΣΕΠΤΕΜΒΡΙΟΥ 480 π.Χ.-ΝΑΥΜΑΧΙΑ ΣΑΛΑΜΙΝΟΣ-ΕΠΕΤΕΙΟΣ   III. THE PYTHAGOREAN PHILOSOPHY   1. NATURAL PHILOSOPHY   1. Euclid and Ptolemy, Hippocrates and Galen, some portion of Aristotle, and, in addition, an abundant Neo-Platonic Literature,–indicate the elements of Arabic Natural … Continue reading

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WHAT, IF ANYTHING, IS A BYZANTINE?

      Introduction By modern convention, the phrase "Byzantine Empire" refers to a political entity that once dominated the Mediterranean world. The city called Constantinople or [on today’s maps] Istanbul functioned as capital of the Empire. The "Byzantine Empire" … Continue reading

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Le regard de la recherche grecque contemporaine sur la découverte de l’islam (4)

           (suite de 20/08/07)   8. Euthyme Zigabène, Contre les Sarrasins  Euthyme Zigabène (1050-1120) est une figure représentative de l’écriture théologique de la fin du XIe et du début du XIIe siècle. Moine, retiré au monastère de la Péribleptos à … Continue reading

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How Greek Science Passed to the Arabs (CHAPTER II)

    (continued from 15/07/07) HELLENISM IN ASIA (1) HELLENIZATION OF SYRIA HOW did Western Asia, what is now often called the Near East, come under Greek influence? The stardna point was Alexander’s conquest of Persia in 331 B.C. The … Continue reading

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Epidaurus Acoustics Explained

    Ancient Greek Amphitheater: Why You Can Hear From Back Row Science Daily — As the ancient Greeks were placing the last few stones on the magnificent theater at Epidaurus in the fourth century B.C., they couldn’t have known … Continue reading

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EKLOGES ES TO DYNACTEIAKON(ALLA KAI DYNACTIKON) KRATOS TOON HELLENOON GRAEKOON

    ΕΙΔΗΣΕΙΣ ΤΟΥ 1957 ΚΑΙ ΤΟΥ 2007 – ΥΠΑΡΧΕΙ ΔΙΑΦΟΡΑ ? Διαβάζοντας κάποιος 10 πολύ συγκεκριμένες ειδήσεις γενικότερου πολιτικού περιεχομένου που αναφέρονται στη συνέχεια και διαθέτοντας σχετικά επαρκείς γνώσεις της ελληνικής πολιτικής ιστορίας, αναρωτιέται εάν αυτές αφορούν ειδησεογραφία του 2007 … Continue reading

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