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Kleptophilosopher! Plato Stole from Homer!

Heraclitus, Homeric Problems 18.1

“The rational part of the soul, which is established in the head, made the charioteer of the whole, when he says this ( 84 more words


Uncle Bardie's Spotlight Creator: Creator: Archaeologist Heinrich Schleimann

Once a week on Friday, Uncle Bardie celebrates the creativity in others by shining a Spotlight on a movie, a song or a creator. This week’s Spotlight Creator is the archaeologist… 27 more words


72 Hours in Homer, AK: Bucket List on Steroids! Part One

A trip to Homer, Alaska, at the height of the fishing season and only two days before the summer solstice can only mean one thing. A bucket list on steroids. 507 more words

You know, one day, honest citizens are gonna stand up to you crooked cops.

Homer: You know, one day, honest citizens are gonna stand up to you crooked cops.

Chief Wiggum: They are? Oh, no! Have they set a date?

Δυό λόγια πριν το έργο

Γιατί δεν τον παντρεύεσαι;
-Μπορεί να κάνει take over και να κάνει ότι θέλει.
Αυτά στα λέω Ειρήνη γιατί είναι λόγια που θα΄ρθουν στο μυαλό σου.
Ναι έτσι είναι, αλλά μπορεί να σώσουμε κάνα άνθρωπο από την καταστροφή.
Η επιλογή πράξη συνείδησης ζωής.



Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein
Odysseus and Penelope, 1802
Oil on canvas

In a much-studied sequence of Homer’s Odysseythe old maid Eurýkleia bathes a beggar’s feet only to discover the precise scar that she knows to be of her lord, Odysseus. 701 more words

Odysseus' Wanderings As Allegory

Heraclitus, Homeric Problems 70

“Generally, then, if one wants to examine it carefully, you will find Odysseus’ wandering to be an allegory. Homer has positioned Odysseus as some kind of an instrument of every kind of virtue and he has used him to philosophize, since he hated the wickedness which governs human life. 222 more words