The second lecture on Pythagorean Arithmetics took place in Rethymnon on the island of Crete, on the 21st of February 2012.
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The second lecture on Pythagorean Arithmetics took place in Rethymnon on the island of Crete, on the 31st of January 2012.
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The Pythagorean Institute of Philosophical Studies for the Immortality of Man-PIFEA considers that the cause of the humanitarian crisis in the world today is the separation between scientific approach and religious service. The scientific “achievements” led humanity to the brink of self- destruction, while science itself became a modern idol, promising solutions to every problem, without considering the relevant ethical questions. Continue reading →
The exhibition accompanies the Global Referendum of the future of Gavdos and men held by the Pythagorean Institute of Philosophical Studies on the Immortality of Man-PIFEA.
All the photographs are from Gavdos and constitute suggestions for the visual representation of the three options for the future of the island, as presented in the referendum text. Continue reading →
The kingdoms of the Earth and the position of contemporary man
The world has a tiered structure. Every tier contains the qualities of the whole and, at the same time, its own specific properties and laws of internal order. For convenience, let us name these tiers as kingdoms. The possibility appears to discern four tiers-kingdoms: the kingdom of minerals, of plants, of animals and the kingdom of man. Continue reading →
Summary of the Symposium “The Future of Europe”, Gavdos Island, Hellas
The entire European civilization sprung from the loins of the Pythagorean School and PIFEA recognizes its responsibility for the mode of thinking, the history and the present condition of Europe.
It so happened, that already in the ancient times, the rule that philosophy has a priority over particular interests of unconnected sciences and beliefs, was broken. Today’s Europe adheres to the remnants of philosophical tragedies that led to the present-day chaos. Because of that, PIFEA must analyze the present condition of Europe and has to construct the viable ways for developing the European civilization. Continue reading →