• 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 Power of Will’ (Sofia, Bulgaria)

    ‘The Power of Will’ (Sofia, Bulgaria) The lecture entitled ‘The Power of Will’ highlighted the differences between desire, and will. In addition, several practical exercises were highlighted as means to develop one’s own will to use[…]

  • Open talk on Chinese philosophy (Cordoba, Argentina)

    Open talk on Chinese philosophy (Cordoba, Argentina)   New Acropolis presented an open talk about Chinese philosophy and its two representatives Lao Tse and Confucius. From the perspective of comparative philosophy we reflected on the contributions of[…]

  • ‘Strength to Love’: Celebrating MLK50 (Boston, USA)

    ‘Strength to Love’: Celebrating MLK50 (Boston, USA) New Acropolis Boston participated in the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination with an interactive event open to the public about his ideals, his[…]

Culture

  • The Voyage of Ulysses, an exhibition full of symbolism (Peru)

    The Voyage of Ulysses, an exhibition full of symbolism (Peru) The ‘Argonauts’ Symbology Circle organized the exhibition ‘The Voyage of Ulysses’, a series of allegorical images to narrate the journey of the Greek hero to reach his destination, Ithaca. Volunteers[…]

  • Book Club (Tirana, Albania)

    Book Club (Tirana, Albania) Latest ‘Book Club’ gathering dedicated to the book by Irvin D. Yalom, The Spinoza Problem; a text to better understand the philosophy of Baruch Spinoza through Yalom’s artistic writing style. The[…]

  • 25th New Acropolis Chess Tournament (Granada, Spain)

    25th New Acropolis Chess Tournament (Granada, Spain) The 25th New Acropolis chess tournament was held at the Palace of Abrantes. This encounter – quite prestigious throughout the Andalusian community – has been picking up notoriety year after[…]

Volunteering



Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.

Albert Einstein

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Participants in our advanced program of philosophy.

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Libraries with open reading programs.

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Volunteers worldwide

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LIBRARY

  • Pilgrimage to Canterbury

    Pilgrimage to Canterbury
    There is a certain magic in a journey, especially when one does it with an awareness of the world around and within. It gives an opportunity to get out of the ordinary rhythm of life and open up to new experiences. If a journey has a spiritual meaning, it adds a whole new level of […]
  • The Rise of the Machines?

    The Rise of the Machines?
    The principle of the programmable modern computer was proposed by Alan Turing in a paper in 1936, in which he proved that a “Universal Computing Machine” could be capable of computing anything that is computable by executing instructions using a program stored on tape. Since then, the astonishing development of computing hardware has allowed us […]
  • Rome and its Esoteric Origins – Part I

    Rome and its Esoteric Origins – Part I
    Many historians have highlighted the immense legacy that the Romans left to ‘modern’ man. With a bit of exaggeration, we could even say that mentally, politically, administratively, legally and artistically we Westerners are all pretty much Romans. This legacy, contrary to the still current ‘theories’, which portray the ancient Romans as a rough, warmongering people, […]
  • Does Free Will Exist?

    Does Free Will Exist?
    The question of free will is one of the oldest and most enduring questions facing humanity. The ancient Greeks considered it in their tragedies, such as Oedipus Rex, where it seemed as though the hero’s fate was predetermined in spite of any actions he might take to prevent or alter it. The Greeks and their […]
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