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    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
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    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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  • Program ‘Child for the Good’ (Brasilia, Brazil)

    Program ‘Child for the Good’ (Brasilia, Brazil) The program ‘Child for the Good’ provides social, educational and medical services on a regular basis and free of charge, to children from 4 to 16 years of age, in[…]

  • Solidarity Bazaar (Bangalore, India)

    Solidarity Bazaar (Bangalore, India) Members and students of New Acropolis Bangalore donated items ranging from artifacts, books, clothes, kitchen appliances and some beautiful hand made creations. The Bazaar promoted the value of ecology, recycling[…]

  • Setting up nesting boxes for birds (Pécs, Hungary)

    Setting up nesting boxes for birds (Pécs, Hungary) The Environmental Protection Group of New Acropolis Pécs placed nesting boxes for birds along the Kis-Tubes-Tubes line of the Mecsek mountains. Volunteers were accompanied by members of a waste management[…]



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  • Morality, Philosophy and Spirituality

    Morality, Philosophy and Spirituality
    This article is based on a class given by the International Director of New Acropolis, Delia Steinberg Guzmán, in November 2015. In it she explained that there are three levels through which human consciousness develops, by which we can come to understand ourselves and others better. These three concepts are not unfamiliar to most of […]
  • The constitution of the human being in the Western tradition

    The constitution of the human being in the Western tradition
    From time immemorial, human beings have asked themselves the question ‘who am I?’ And philosophers, theologians and metaphysicians have all come up with different answers. The classification of the various human ‘constituents’, from one system of thought to another might have changed, but the underlying principles in question have remained the same. Thus, even though […]
  • Aristotle – the Ethics of Happiness

    Aristotle – the Ethics of Happiness
    One of Aristotle’s most famous works is his Nicomachean Ethics, so called because the work was edited by Aristotle’s son Nicomachus. It is a curious fact that none of Aristotle’s surviving works were directly written by him. They are all compilations from his lecture notes, edited by his various students. This accounts for their often […]
  • Living in a One-Dimensional World

    Living in a One-Dimensional World
    Ken Loach’s latest film – I, Daniel Blake – has received mixed reviews and has given rise to a lot of debate. One of the key elements of the film is how the benefits system in the UK places people in a humiliating and depressing situation, where they are no longer individuals but just claimants, […]
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