The 25th December was a time to celebrate a variety of solar Festivals of the Roman Empire, and may have influenced the timing of Christmas Day.Continue Reading
Martin Heidegger’s controversial ideas influenced the development of Continental thought, notably, Sartre ‘s existentialism and Derrida’s deconstructionism.Continue Reading
Jeane Dixon, or “The White House Psychic” made many predictions that never came true – as well as untrue statements about events that had already happened.Continue Reading
Music censorship has existed all throughout history, could complaints about piano practice be today’s form of music non-appreciation?Continue Reading
December in Rome was a month packed with festivals to celebrate the prosperity of the Roman people – and to ensure it continued into the next year.Continue Reading
- Roman Solar Festivals on the 25th December
- Martin Heidegger’s Unanswered Question About Being and Time
- Celebrity Astrologer Jeane Dixon: Debunked
- Noise Pollution: Could Practicing The Piano Can Land You in Jail?
- December Festivals in Ancient Rome: Bona Dea, Consualia, Opalia, Angeronalia, and Larentalia
Hannah Arendt, the great political thinker and philosopher of the 20th century, examined the Nazi mindset, focusing on Adolf Eichmann in several books.
Machiavelli was a civil servant and diplomat in 1498. His discussions in 'The Prince' of the conflict between politics and ethics remain relevant today.