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PERI EROOTOS PALIN O LOGOS MA OUCHI AGAPES

Lyric Poetry – Eros in the times of Orpheus, Dionysus, Solomos It’s February and the merry mood is rising gradually. For some people the reason is celebration of Love, for the rest – the merrymaking of Carnival. On the surface, … Continue reading

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AUGMENTED EGO-ISM(os) THE DESEASE OF ART-I-FICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Love vs Pornography, Revolution vs Passivity You say that you want facts – facts and more facts, before you can commit. Before you finally decide to become part of something: a political party, a movement or another human being. You … Continue reading

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6 VARIOUS LEVELS FOR POSITIVE RELATIONS

The Ancient Greeks’ 6 Words for Love Looking for an antidote to modern culture’s emphasis on romantic love? Perhaps we can learn from the diverse forms of emotional attachment prized by the ancient Greeks. Today’s coffee culture has an incredibly … Continue reading

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The Hellenic (Greek,Minoan and the Roman) Novel (C tel)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  8/02/13) The Greek and the Roman Novel. Parallel Readings This stimulating collection of sixteen articles from the Third Rethymnon International Conference on the Ancient Novel (RICAN 3, 22-24 May 2005) is the first to bring together in … Continue reading

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The Hellenic (Greek,Minoan and the Roman) Novel (B)

(BEING CONTINUED FROM  24/08/12) The Author and the Magi: Magic in the Ancient Novel and its Implications for Readership What argues most strongly for the recognition of the ancient “novel” as part of the novel  genre in its proper sense … Continue reading

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The Hellenic (Greek,Minoan and the Roman) Novel (A)

  Love and romance in the ancient Greek literature Many characters and stories of the archaic Greek literature are still alive in our imagination. Epic battles and travel adventures have portrayed us authentic heroes on both sides of winners and … Continue reading

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science not fiction – love not (s) ex is

How Sci-Fi Makes Us More Open to Strange Forms of Sex and Sexuality Science fiction knows how to play around with sex and gender. The free-lovin’ of A Stranger in A Strange Land, Commander Shepard’s bisexual proclivities, and William T. … Continue reading

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