• Philosophy

    Philosophy, when it is practical, is educational. It helps us to know ourselves and to improve ourselves. To be a philosopher is a way of life committed to the best aspirations of humanity. Read More
  • Culture

    The practice of human values is the basis for a model of active and participative culture, which brings out the qualities of each person, broadens the horizons of the mind and opens the human being up to all the expressions of the spirit. Read More
  • Volunteering

    Volunteering is the natural expression of a spirit of union with life and humanity, which manifests in the practice of values such as unselfishness, commitment and striving for the common good. Read More
  • Philosophy

    Philosophy, when it is practical, is educational. It helps us to know ourselves and to improve ourselves. To be a philosopher is a way of life committed to the best aspirations of humanity. Read More
  • Culture

    The practice of human values is the basis for a model of active and participative culture, which brings out the qualities of each person, broadens the horizons of the mind and opens the human being up to all the expressions of the spirit. Read More
  • Volunteering

    Volunteering is the natural expression of a spirit of union with life and humanity, which manifests in the practice of values such as unselfishness, commitment and striving for the common good. Read More
  • Culture

    The practice of human values is the basis for a model of active and participative culture, which brings out the qualities of each person, broadens the horizons of the mind and opens the human being up to all the expressions of the spirit. Read More
  • Volunteering

    Volunteering is the natural expression of a spirit of union with life and humanity, which manifests in the practice of values such as unselfishness, commitment and striving for the common good. Read More
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Philosophy

  • The Book Club meets once again (Nicosia, Cyprus)

    The Book Club meets once again (Nicosia, Cyprus) An important aspect of Philosophy is love of reading, something that New Acropolis promotes through the Book Club that regularly meets at the Nicosia library. Participants at the most recent[…]

  • “Philosophy in the Park” (Warsaw, Poland)

    “Philosophy in the Park” (Warsaw, Poland) In collaboration with the town hall of the district of Ochota, New Acropolis organized a series of “Philosophy in the Park” outdoor activities and invited passers-by to try their luck[…]

  • New Acropolis presents its first magazine (Albania)

    New Acropolis presents its first magazine (Albania) More than two hundred participants attended New Acropolis Tirana’s  presentation of its first philosophical magazine in Albania called Filozofikja. A cultural-philosophical promotional evening, highlighting the necessary role philosophy plays in our[…]

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In order to overcome fear, it is also necessary to overcome hope.

Trogyam Chungpa

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  • Ethics first!

    Ethics first!
    On Wednesday 14 June, in the early hours of the morning, a fridge freezer exploded in a flat on the fourth floor of the 24-storey Grenfell tower block in London and caused a fire. Although fire crews arrived within 6 minutes of the alarm being raised, the fire had by then spread to the outside […]
  • Alchemical Medicine Rediscovered

    Alchemical Medicine Rediscovered
    Despite many technological advances, our modern society has so far failed to address the all-important issue of health and harmony, both in the human being and on planet Earth. This situation has led to an increase of interest in the study of holistic medicine and herbal remedies in general. In the meantime, we have also […]
  • Karl Jaspers: Philosopher of Otherness

    Karl Jaspers: Philosopher of Otherness
    The biography of Karl Jaspers gives an indication of the immense scope of his work. He began by studying law, then moved on to medicine, becoming a doctor specialising in psychiatry, and finally ended up as a professor of philosophy at the University of Heidelberg.   One of his first works was entitled Psychology of […]
  • Social business, a new way to end poverty

    Social business, a new way to end poverty
    Not withstanding decades of foreign aid, in 2016 1.2 billion persons still suffered from hunger, privation and ignorance. To escape the trap of ‘dead aid’, Muhammad Yunus (Nobel Peace Prize 2006) and other idealists have created ‘social enterprises’ to help the poor escape poverty through dignity, social solidarity and fraternity. Despite the teachings of Plato […]
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