In this episode of the Philosophy Hour at Literary Tales we tackle Plato’s Timaeus and begin to dissect the dialogue as a hidden allegory and analogy of the political rather than the Neoplatonist and Christian revisionist interpretation of cosmology.
In this episode of the Philosophy Hour at Literary Tales we pivot to an examination of the “Father of History” Herodotus and his infamous book The Histories. Is there some unifying theme to this seemingly disparate work? Indeed there is. Historia, in Greek, means inquiry. And what Herodotus inquires about is the nature of human action. He finds, over the […]