Back in early 2020, the first covid lockdown in Greece found me reading the fragments of the presocratic Greek philosophers in combination with essays on the philosophy of art and … Continue reading How Did Hegel Interpret Heraclitus?
Over the course of the past couple of months, I wrote a series of articles on three different but interrelated themes: a. the myth of Laocoon, the Trojan priest whose … Continue reading Ancient Art & 19th Century Aesthetics
I recently wrote a blog series on Leo Tolstoy’s essay “What is Art”. The blogs mainly dealt with Tolstoy’s critique of his contemporary art and the art of the upper-classes. … Continue reading My work on Tolstoy’s ‘What is Art’