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Keep Your Greek (105)

“Remember: the main difference between someone who keeps their Greek and someone who loses it is the commitment to give it a little time each day. 702 more words

Ancient Greek

Keep Your Greek (104)

“Remember: the main difference between someone who keeps their Greek and someone who loses it is the commitment to give it a little time each day. 803 more words

Ancient Greek

On Logos

We have often spoken of Logos and its centrality in life; all men are called to conform themselves to it. In truth, there is so great a depth to this word and what it signifies that it could not all be discovered in a lifetime. 1,632 more words

Philosophy

Greece Part 4. Athens - Finished

I had been wanting to visit Athens since summer 2010 when I did a West Europe trip with a friend. But a riot due to the economic crisis in Greece exploded and forced us to cancel the visit to Athens. 1,472 more words

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Hero-Shaming: Aidos and Nemesis in Logue's War Music

Fat-shaming, slut-shaming, body-shaming, teen-shaming, pet-shaming.  In the blogging and book world I have even seen list-shaming recently.  There has been an explosion of attempts in the 21st century to shame one another into appropriate behavior via social media.  1,362 more words

Classics

Keep Your Greek (103)

“Remember: the main difference between someone who keeps their Greek and someone who loses it is the commitment to give it a little time each day. 787 more words

Ancient Greek

Finiteness in Greek and Latin, then and now

by Dag Haug (University of Oslo)

Finiteness is a crucial notion in modern theories of grammar.  The concept originates in the work of ancient grammarians on Greek and Latin and it has often been thought to be inadequate for other languages. 105 more words

Historical Linguistics