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Melina

I’m Hispanic and Epicurean, and so the connections between Greek and Hispanic cultures are interesting to me. Unfortunately, although the Greeks have had a presence in Iberia since antiquity, and although the Spanish and Greek languages sound similar or even … Continue reading

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The Closing Chapter of Histories

As some of my readers know, I’ve been reading The Good Book: A Humanist Bible for over a year now, and have written a few reviews of its books as well as a general review for Society of Epicurus. I … Continue reading

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America’s Greece Is Hurting

This week, the governor of Puerto Rico declared that the island will not be able to pay its debt of over $70 billion, and urged the federal government to save it from default. Its bonds were downgraded to junk status and … Continue reading

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