Tag Archives: ANCIENT GREECE

THE ECOUMENISTS OI KALOI POIMENES (TH)-PROGRESS IN 2019-KOLOONIES EN KATASTASEI EICIN TO MELLON (3)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM 1/01/2018) WE SHOULD LOOK TO THE STARS WHEN WE ARE POINTING WITH OUR FINGERS TOWARDS THE SKIES AND NOT CONCENTRATING OUR GAZE TO THE DIGIT ONLY. MATRIOTS,PATRIOTS&BELIEVERS OF AGAPE,EUROPEANS&MEDITERRANEANS,eCOWAVERS, CHAIRESTHAI BECAUSE A NEW YEAR,THIS ONE OF 2019HAS … Continue reading

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EROOS ANIKATE MACHAN

Love letters from Ancient Greece Oftentimes success is linked to mere unexpected factors, sometimes these happen to be quite trivial circumstances far away from your remotest aims and plans. This is most certainly the case of “Love Letters of Great … Continue reading

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Rebooting Democracy – In Ancient Greece the way out of the crisis

A Citizen’s Guide To Reinventing Politics INTRODUCTION Knowing that your vital interests are affected by factors beyond your control is a recipe for stress. It’s not what democracies should be about. But it has become the new normal.—Joris Luyendijk, author … Continue reading

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Health, Economics and Ancient Greek Medicine (Vlast)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  4/09/2012) 6.4 The view of the world?There is one final observation from the New Institutional Economics that suggests itself in this  context. We have already touched upon the importance of the individual’s view of the world,namely with … Continue reading

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Health, Economics and Ancient Greek Medicine (IV)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  24/03/2011) 6 The dual nature of the medical market It is time to look more deeply into the most intriguing aspect of the market for health in ClassicalGreece – the simultaneous thriving and expansion of religious and … Continue reading

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Health, Economics and Ancient Greek Medicine (III)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  28/07/2011) 4.3 Public physicians Turning finally to the public interventions in secular health care, there was no quality regulationas we invariably have today. The ancients themselves marvelled at (and sometimes deplored) thedegree of freedom they had granted … Continue reading

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Health, Economics and Ancient Greek Medicine ( II )

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  13/03/2011) 4 .The market for secular medicine 4.1 An economic attitude in medicineFor being a pre-modern society, Classical Greece was a rapidly changing one. The archaic andclassical periods witnessed institutional changes, including the introduction of written law,formalised … Continue reading

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