Wednesday, July 20, 2016

A Hellenic Awakening: Abrahamism is anti-Ethnismos

There is one constant, which radiates throughout abrahamic thought. A single philosophical tendency, which permeates both theistic and non-theistic manifestations. An inherent distaste for ethnic consciousness. Conceived as a kind of ‘idolatry’ in theistic abrahamism. It is viewed by non-theistic abrahamists as a malignant tumor on Humanity.

Monday, January 18, 2016

Call for Submissions!

e-Epanastasi is seeking submissions for Plethon, a demo issue of a printed Pan-Hellenic journal we hope to regularly produce in the near future. The journal is named in honor of Georgios “Plethon” Gemistos, a 15th century Greek scholar of Neoplatonic philosophy. It is thanks to Plethon that Plato’s teachings were re-introduced to Western Europe. Submissions open January 19 and close March 1st, 2016.

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

A Hellenic awakening: “Kosmotheasis” the root of our Crisis

Since 2008, many within Greece, and throughout its Diaspora have attempted to explain the causes of the devastating Depression, which has ravaged the country. However, few have ever attempted to dig deeper than the superficial causes for the partial collapse of the Greek system, which in retrospect, seemed destined to fail from its inception.

Instead, what most mainstream voices seem to do is pardon those responsible for the current situation, and provide weak solutions for merely the economic angle of the crisis. Always failing to understand that the crisis in Greece is more than simply an economic depression, but part of a much larger social crisis within Greek society.

Sunday, January 19, 2014

The Neo-Shu’ubiyya: is it Hellenism’s turn?

Throughout the West, we are fed the opinion that the recent wave of demonstrations and revolutions across the Middle East constitute an “Arab Spring”, but just how “Arab” is it? What if, this false perception was the byproduct of a school of thought, which was witnessing its own demise as a result of this wave of social unrest? What if, the paradigm shift unfolding before the international stage was both a winter and a spring?