In the early sixth century, Athenian statesman and lawmaker Solon developed a set of reforms in Ancient Greece to overcome aristocratic exclusivity by enabling all subjects to access justice. Known as Solon’s Laws, the aim was to mediate the conflict growing between the aristocracy and peasantry. How did Solon decide this moral reformation? Revealed in his poetry, he saw the threat to Athenian culture and … Continue reading Are Morality and Law Connected?
The moon, a heart disorientated in love. Yearning for a star she could never touch. He follows not far along, and she, Looking down at a spinning compass, A guide in her dreams to him. Oneiros unlocks the portal for her to see, That he cries for her. Do you cry for me? You weep, but pretend it is a laugh, Like Dolos shapeshifting into … Continue reading The Friend in My Dreams
“Ouch” she slapped her arm, missed. Those little creatures crawled under her skin, She itched as their vicious teeth bit into her veins. Those imposters same, Sweet sounds, kind words, all echo from their mouths They call. They call and you obey. Singing sirens from the devils gate. Now you do what they told you. An itch, a red little lump. “Get out” she screamed, … Continue reading Rage Against The Parasites