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Notes on the Antikythera mechanism and modernity

There is no need to present the Antikythera mechanism yet again. Enough has been published on the peculiarities of this remarkable wonder of Antiquity. In a few words, the mechanism, discovered by... Read More | Share

The new cultural revolution

“This book, pillar of Italian litterature, is offensive and discriminatory to the Jewish people and teaches students an antisemitic message relayed by the Catholic church in the mass and the... Read More | Share

Giannaras: the Church as new political paradigm

Christos Yannaras, “Human Rights and the Orthodox Church” Speech given at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, October 4, 2002 What is the meaning of the term “human... Read More | Share

Bulgaria: Case-Study in Secularism

critique of secularism has become the template for recent explorations of liberalism and secularization processes in the post-colonial context, particularly those that wish to explore the inner... Read More | Share

Secularism, religion, and the public sphere

The Social Sciences Research Council’s discussion blog, that I just hit upon today, is one of the best blogs of its kind out there that particularily addresses issues in religion and... Read More | Share

A Secular Age

“Why was it virtually impossible not to believe in God in 1500 in our Western society, while in 2000 many of us find this not only easy, but even inescapable?” This is the question... Read More | Share

The First Great Divergence

“…for here it is precisely the element of the unexpected in the events I have chosen to describe which will challenge and stimulate everyone alike…” Polybius Polybius’... Read More | Share

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