Pages tagged with Plato

A hope < a wish < a dream < a commencement < a plan < a process are 6 stages of human reality. This second article in The World Of Ideas aims to help you interpret your own dreams. Identify your dream-self and understand the butterfly effect with Lorenz Attractor for your own perspec...
In the struggle for women's rights which stems well over a century, some women made great strides in changing the social mores of the day. The plight of the poor is an ongoing topic in women’s issues and women’s rights.
The history of riddles. Riddles as a puzzle and a teaching tool. My five favorite riddles.
A metaphor indeed is this of how we sail on a ship through life filled with fools. Yet many of an ancient time philosophized on this and left much for us to study. Now many people disregard the past not realizing there is much wisdom to be culled. They are the ones caught up in de...
This page is about the lost city of Atlantis, a place which has fed the minds of people for many years. Brought to the publics attention by Plato the great writer and philosopher, people have been fascinated by this story ever since.
One of the most enduring mysteries of the ancient world is the lost continent / island / civilization of Atlantis. Did it ever really exist? What evidence is there and how reliable is that evidence. Starting from here, future articles will deal with other lost land / lost civilization...
Plato, an educational thinker was born in an upper class family in Athens which was the leading city state in thought, art and government. He was interested in political career but after the death of his teacher Socrates, Plato pursued his teacher philosophy. For the purpose of educa...
Thoughts on the meaning and mystery of life and what follows it.
Any sentence which gives a message becomes a quotation for me. A good quotation is one which impulsively touches ones heart and provokes one's brain the moment we come across it! I think it should have the quality of evoking the consciousness in an individual!
Hemlock can kill body, not soul. The spirit of Socrates survived in spite of the execution.
The Human Mind, what is it and how does it work? All of us have been through it our mouth opens and out comes a string of words that just one second ago we had never thought of. How does the brain, or the mind do this? How does the body remember and how does the body sense what is hap...
What is the point of reading things that I disagree with? Why should I subject myself to alternate philosophies and ideas? Is there a benefit?
Sacred geometry, the blue print to life and creation.
This article is a concise summary of virtue ethics and its main points.
A perhaps more realistic explanation of “the matrix” than the explanation of “the matrix” in The Matrix.
An exclusive post from my very own blog called, quite appropriately, 'Long-Hand'. Do check it out as well.
A look at Physiology and Psychology, its beginnings and the way we think today
The story behind two of the most influential thinkers of all time
You can use your rubber washing up gloves to make opening a tight lid on a jar
Think of any prehistoric lost civilizations in science fiction, comic books and or from your own imagination, and you will inevitably come up with the magical City of Atlantis
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