Lecture entitled Symbolic Thought, by Manuel Ruiz, organized by New Acropolis Jaén on the occasion of World Philosophy Day. World Philosophy Day is an established international event, celebrated every third[…]
New Acropolis Brazil’s popularity on Youtube shows people’s interest in Philosophy: the institution recently reached one million subscribers. This result is the fruit of 14 years of volunteering work with[…]
In cooperation with the Vuk Theater in Belgrade, New Acropolis volunteers participated in the Court of Fairy Tales program created for their youngest fellow citizens. The volunteers performed a puppet[…]
Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in getting up every time we do.
As the year ends with Argentina crowned as being the World Cup winners, it brings the 21st World Cup to a close. One that will be remembered for many firsts: the first time the tournament has been hosted in the Arab world, the first time it has been held in a Muslim country, the first […]
[Transcribed from a conference presented in 1980 in Portugal] Let us begin by saying that in Greek the word crisis means, in addition to problem, change. So it is not only problems the West is facing today, but also a period of change. To overcome this crisis stage, the first thing we must do is […]
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The ‘Language of Symbols’ – a topic that is not only fascinating but is somehow also related to the causes of our current situation. Most of our problems today are the result of human action. Every action reflects our thinking, our worldview, the ‘story’ we tell ourselves why we do what we do. Our modern […]
Heraldry, nowadays an auxiliary science of history, was once connected to armoury and the art of war. The name derives from the heralds, the officers of arms, who were originally messengers of the monarchs (ancestors of the modern diplomats), as well as the organizers of tournaments. This title still exists, even today. Heralds also have […]