Plato and Aristotle were the founders of the science of politics. The Ancient Greek science of politics differs from the political science of our time by focusing on the big questions: What is the best form of government? What form best ensures the excellence (arete) and happiness (eudaimonia) of the citizens? What causes the corruption and decline of a political community? In contrast, today’s political science concerns itself with minutiae.
"Christianity is the negation of life because it sets goals that, when attained, lead to the annihilation of the individual. As far as Western survival is concerned, this can only mean one thing: civilizational collapse and ethnic suicide."
Isn't this 1866 edition of Alice in Wonderland gorgeous?
🛣️🐚The path isn't a straight line ; it's a spiral.
You continually come back to things you thought you understood and see deeper truths.
Listen to the melody of the day...
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