Man’s Search for Meaning

December 2020 New Acropolis Boston conducted a discussion on the book Man’s Search for Meaning by Victor Frankl.  Two members of Acropolis Boston presented the material in a way that even someone who had not read the book would be able to absorb the main ideas. Frankl’s ideas about tragedy, suffering, and healing provided the … Continue reading Man’s Search for Meaning

World Philosophy Day

November 2020 New Acropolis Boston celebrated World Philosophy Day which was established in 2005 by the United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).   Participants were interviewed by two of our members and asked about the teachers in their lives.  Not just the teachers in the academic realm, but human beings that helped bring out … Continue reading World Philosophy Day

Siddhartha: Discovering the Middle Way

October 2020 Acropolis Boston presented Siddhartha: Discovering the Middle Way as an interactive event open to the public.  The presentation was based on the book Siddhartha by Herman Hesse. Several thought-provoking questions were posed to the participants, making them reflect on key events in their lives where, like Siddhartha, they had to undergo trials that … Continue reading Siddhartha: Discovering the Middle Way