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Raphael’s “The School of Athens.” Interactive map. Find out who is who.


In the middle of the painting are Plato and Aristotle. Plato (left) holds a copy of his Timaeus, and gestures upward to the aetherial realm of his eternal forms – he pointed towards absolutes or ideals. In contrast, Aristotle (right) holds a copy of his Nichomachean Ethics, his hand is outstretched, fingers spread wide and thrust down toward the earth. He indicates with his gesture the worldliness, the concreteness, of his contributions to philosophy, emphasizing particulars.



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The picture on the header is the Apostle Paul preaching to the Thessalonians

1 Thessalonians 2:9,

Mnhmoneu,ete ga,r( avdelfoi,( to.n ko,pon h`mw/n kai. to.n mo,cqon\ nukto.j kai. h`me,raj evrgazo,menoi pro.j to. mh. evpibarh/sai, tina u`mw/n evkhru,xamen eivj u`ma/j to. euvagge,lion tou/ qeou/

For you recall, brethren, our labor and hardship, how working night and day so as not to be a burden to any of you, we proclaimed to you the gospel of God


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