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Finding your way

Cambridge University Fellow, Micheal C. Scott enlightens readers this week with a description of Ancient Greek religious beliefs and mores.

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Greece: the deeper source of anti-authoritarian terrorism

“This State kills you every day, condemning people to unemployment and
poverty. When they take your dignity you have to react!”

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On the spit

Julia up in flames and the Patron Saint of tax evasion

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Turnbull retires after six years of political failure

Malcolm Turnbull is a classical political shooting star, blessed with intellect and appeal, but devoid of political skills including the ability to endure the hard times.

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Greek should be a priority language

JENNY MIKAKOS believes there should be an even distribution of resources between Asian and European languages.

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On The Spit

From chasing pollies around town to the shenanigans in FYROM and questioning hwther we are really Albanian at heart, On The Spit covers the things that matter.

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Antipodes Glendi scores, B for feel, C- for culture

FOTIS KAPETOPOULOS ponders on the successes and shortfalls of Melbourne’s Lonsdale Street Glendi.

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Religious organisations shirk moral duties

For all good deaths there are deaths that are horrible. And it’s not
because of the lack of resources, compassion or good will that this is
so.

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Bemoaning the future of Modern Greek

A Neos Kosmos reader bemoans the state of Modern Greek

We can fix you – honest!

Cambridge Fellow Dr Michael C Scott looks at the way spirituality and modern medicine melded in Ancient Greece.

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