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Dreams and the Psyche Through an Ancient Lens

John Singer Sargent, Atlas and the Hesperides, 1922-5, Boston Museum of Fine Arts (Image in public domain) Katherine Joplin –  The study of the psyche is...

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Ancient Classical Roots of Psychology

John W. Waterhouse, “A Mother Bringing Her Sick Child to the Temple of Asklepios”, 1877 (Image in public domain) By Laura Rehwalt –   How old...

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Villa Farnesina, Jewel of Renaissance Rome

Villa Farnesina, Jewel of Renaissance Rome

Astrological Ceiling of Galatea Loggia with Agostino Chigi’s Birth Date (November 29, 1466) cleverly shown in the planetary and celestial alignments (Photo...

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Beyond the Shadows through the Instruments of Our Souls:  Education through Plato’s Allegory of the Cave

Beyond the Shadows through the Instruments of Our Souls: Education through Plato’s Allegory of the Cave

By Bianca Caprice Aguirre Plato's Cave, Flemish School, 16th century, Musée de la Chartreuse, Douai, France (Photo: public domain) C.S. Lewis suggests through...

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