Culture & History

The Light of Hellenism

Co-Creating Europe activist and expert for Hellenic Philosophy Dr. Despina Athena Potari published this article in which she approaches Hellenic Philosophy as a lived spiritual tradition consisting of distinct scientific, humanistic and reason-centered practices that help us develop a conscious relationship to ourselves, fostering happiness, wholeness and inner freedom: http://www.embodiedphilosophy.com/the-light-of-hellenism Summary Ιn Ancient Hellenic language, ‘El’ stands …

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Exodus, Reckoning, Sacrifice: Three Meanings of Brexit

Kalypso Nicolaïdis is of French and Greek nationality with German and Spanish origins. She lives in the UK, where she works as Professor of International Relations at the University of Oxford and director of the Center for International Studies and the Department of Politics and International Relations. She teaches theory of international relations, European integration, …

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24H Europe – The Next Generation

Highly recommended! 24 hours to take Europe’s pulse. 45 film directors and their teams were filming young people in 26 countries – during one day and one night. Sixty young people from 26 European countries go about their daily lives and talk about their hopes, fears, dreams and wishes. A one-of-a-kind documentary filmed over a whole …

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The Nordic Secret: A European Story of Beauty and Freedom

In their book The Nordic Secret: A European Story of Beauty and Freedom, co-authors Lene Andersen and Tomas Björkman describe how the European Nordic countries  moved from extreme poverty at the end of the 19th century to become nations that are nowadays considered to be wealthy and thriving. Holistic education, a unique set of modern …

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One Humanity Institute Summit in Auschwitz-Oswiecim

The “One Humanity Institute” is to be located in Auschwitz-Oswiecim, Poland. It encompasses the vision of building a “City of Hope”, a destination where long or short-term visitors can experience the stark realities of the past alongside opportunities and models of transformation for a culture of sustainable peace and the uniting of humanity. A One …

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Turning Europe into a “Deliberately Developmental Civilization”

Marco A Robledo is  Professor of the Department of Business Economics at the University of the Balearic Islands (Spain). He defines himself as a change agent that helps organizations and individuals in their integral development and transformation towards higher levels of consciousness. He is the author of a pioneer integral theory of management called 3D Management that …

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From Brother Klaus to the Black Madonna. Impressions from the first European Walk

On July 17th 2018 a week-long walk started in Flüeli-Ranft, Switzerland, the place where Brother Klaus lived. Nicholas of Flüe (1417-1487), also known as Brother Klaus, was a farmer, a family man and a respected member of his village. After a spiritual crisis at age 50 he withdrew from public life and chose to live …

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