Aeneid (Greek Mythology)
Aeneid Myth Overview In some 30 BCE, the R.c. uranologist Virgil began composition the Epos (noticeable uh-NEE-id), an epos, or extendable, grand-scale poem, that told the tarradiddle of Aeneas and the instauration and fate of Leadership. Using myth,Read More
Best Books of 2010- 'Solar' by Ian McEwan
The Best Books of 2010 are the books that should not be missed. The best books of 2010 may not have sold the best, but they are the top books that you should add to your reading list. Even though 2010 is not over yet, here are what we think the bestRead More
Thomas More (Philosophy Biographies)
Thomas More Sir Thomas More (play /ˈmɔr/; February 7, 1478 – July 6, 1535), also known by Catholics as Saint Thomas More, was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman and noted Renaissance humanist. He was an important counsellor toRead More
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ABU RAIHAN AL-BIRUNI(973-1048 C.E.)Abu Raihan Mohammad Ibn Ahmad al-Biruni was one of the well-known figures associated with the court of King Mahmood Ghaznawi, who was one of the famous Muslim kings of the 11th century C.E. Al-Biruni was a versatileRead More
Nicholas of Autrecourt (Philosopher Biographies)
Nicholas of Autrecourt Nicholas (or Nicolaus) of Autrecourt (in French Nicholas d'Autrécourt; in Latin Nicolaus de Autricuria or Nicolaus de Ultricuria) (ca. 1299 - ca. 1369) was a Carver medieval philosopher and saint. Calved in Autrecourt nighestRead More
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