"In 2001 I began a daily email subscription highlighting events in that day in history, and this blossomed into a syndicated radio program that is now heard on radio stations coast-to-coast and around the world via the Armed Forces Network, as well on various websites throughout the Internet. (You can hear a sample episode on my Almanac page.) Plus, Mr. Ward has also began hosting a weekly countdown featuring the classic sounds of the 70s.
"Since that time I began the Almanac, I have also (using my own production company) recorded a few CDs of piano music, converted my daily emails into a 12-book edition reference set and even began recording the best audiobooks. It is my hope that you will take the time to check out each of these and, hopefully, choose something to take away."
Plato and Aristotle:
The Lives and Legacies of the Master and Pupil
Over 2,300 years after their deaths, Plato and Aristotle remain the most influential ancient Greek philosophers and arguably the greatest icons of ancient thought. Their legacies expanded rapidly and extensively across the ancient world, helped in part by the fact Aristotle tutored Alexander the Great. Both philosophers were recognized as celebrated intellectual forces during all of antiquity and the Middle Ages.
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