In this article, we explore two important concepts of the warrior ethos that was at the heart of ancient Greek culture.
Seneca, a proponent of Roman Stoicism, calmly committed suicide when ordered to do so by Emperor Nero.
One of the paradoxes of the philosopher Zeno argues that Achilles can never catch up to a tortoise if the latter is given a head start.
There are many portraits of the Athenian philosopher Socrates. But do these accurately reflect what he might have looked like?
If you have everything, are you not the happiest person alive? According to Herodotus, the Athenian statesman and poet Solon disagreed.