Women, Philosophers, Rebels and Spirituals As part of the “International Women’s Day” celebrated in several countries, New Acropolis Montréal organized a philosophical meeting on Friday, March 8, 2019 to present[…]
An evening dedicated to France and its culture, history and memorable individuals. The participants were introduced with the life and discoveries of Jean-François Champollion, who established the basis of Egyptology;[…]
Around 20 volunteers from Prague commemorated the International Volunteer Day by, volunteer work for orphanage, where they helped to repair the furniture of the newly reconstructed dining room. Volunteers also[…]
He who fears being conquered is sure of defeat.
Around the world, healthcare costs are rising and healthcare systems are under more and more pressure. With increasing populations and higher demand for healthcare services, increasing efficiency is key to improving patient services. At the centre of these efficiency increases is the use of technology, which is used in various ways across the healthcare system, […]
Just before his death in 1988 Joseph Campbell, a world-renowned author in comparative mythology and religion, was interviewed by Bill Moyers for the TV series The Power of Myth. The interview took place on the ranch of movie director George Lucas, where they discussed the nature and function of mythology and its relevance today. Campbell’s […]
Thought: a female head emerging from a block of unhewn matter, her hair blown by the wind, her eyes fixed on the above, concentrated but free, grasping the essence of things. Not the thought of the anguished intellectual, the complicated reasonings of an empty being who wants to impress; but the grand imaginings of […]
Introduction The quality of a civilisation’s culture is most visible in its art and more particularly in its architectural accomplishments, for these are usually its most complex and long-lasting forms. It’s hard to conceive of a more awe-inspiring architecture than that found in ancient Egypt. The essence and message of Egyptian architecture remained unaltered throughout […]