Monthly Archives: September 2010

Greek Tragedy “ORESTEIA” by Aeschylus. Leonidas Loizides Theater Group of Athens (Video)


The Hellenic – American Cultural Center & Museum presents the classic Greek Tragedy “ORESTEIA” by Aeschylus, in collaboration with the Leonidas Loizides Theater Group of Athens. September 26th, 2010 at Portland State University, Lincoln Performance Hall. Read More »

Το βιβλίο του κ. Πόλυ Πολυβίου

Polys G Polyviou 1 a Paralogismoi etc BOOL LLLLLL

“Το Κυπριακό Πρόβλημα – Παραλογισμοί και Προβληματισμοί”, εκδόσεις Παπαζήση, κυκλοφόρησε το 2010, επί ΠτΔ Δ. Χριστόφια. Λίγο πριν από την επίσημη βιβλιοπαρουσίαση του, αφού το είχαμε ήδη μελετήσει, δημοσιεύσαμε την Δευτέρα 27 Σεπτεμβρίου 2010, στην καθημερινή μας στήλη “Ειρήσθω” στην εφημερίδα “Σημερινή” το ακόλουθο αρθρίδιο: ΕΙΡΗΣΘΩ ΔΕ 27.9.10 Π. Πολυβίου: ΔΔΟ εθνικής υποτέλειας Θ Λ Ι Β Ε Ρ Η «πρωτιά» του γράφοντος: Τα τελευταία 30 χρόνια έχει δημοσιεύσει τα περισσότερα ίσως απ’ όλους άρθρα εναντίον της Διζωνικής Δικοινοτικής Ομοσπονδίας ... Read More »

Does the end justify the means?

September 13, 2010 marked the fourteenth anniversary of Tupac Shakur’s death. Honestly, I never would have known this had I not been surfing Facebook that day I noticed in my news feed that several friends were mourning this man’s death. Unaware of who he was, I googled him. What I found out about this man left me confused and ultimately angry Raised by a mother who was a Black Panther member who allegedly bombed several buildings, Shakur’s family moved to ... Read More »

Principle of Human Dignity

The intrinsic worth that inheres in every human being. From the Catholic perspective (among other Christian perspectives), the source of human dignity is rooted in the concept of Imago Dei, in Christ’s redemption and in our ultimate destiny of union with God. Human dignity therefore transcends any social order as the basis for rights and is neither granted by society nor can it be legitimately violated by society. In this way, human dignity is the conceptual basis for human rights. ... Read More »