One of the greats, to be sure–Socrates in his last moments.
Lecture 10 of Western Heritage: Socrates on Ethics and Plato on Democracy.
Continuing with Socrates, focusing on the purpose and deeper meaning (here’s hoping!) of THE CRITO. Western Heritage, Lecture 9.
Key concepts of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle (very hard to separate the three, one from another) Socrates (469-399b.c.); Plato (ca. 427-ca. 347b.c.); and Aristotle (385-322 b.c.) Teacher-student-student relationship Came at the very end of their civilization—but tied to… Read More
https://www.libertyclassroom.com A glorious thanks to my great friend, Tom Woods, a man of intense and abiding virtue. I’ve just completed my second set of courses for his Liberty Classroom. The course is on Mythology and the Western Tradition…. Read More
Thanks to Winston Elliott III for reposting my three-year old piece on American crimes against Japanese civilians. I must admit, I never cease to wonder at the responses that come as a defense of U.S. actions. The only… Read More