its in his blood...
its in his blood...
Greeks are known for using the hershey highway
i wish i was born back then
when Greeks made philosophy the rest of the planet were still hanging on trees
maybe Azza is greek, that would explain alot
The origin of philosophy was in Mesopotamia
Mesopotamian philosophy predates Greek philosophy by thousands of years.
Greek philosophy contains elements of Mesopotamian philosophy.
Babylonian ideas had a considerable influence on early Greek and Hellenistic philosophy.
You can find similarities between the Babylonian text the Dialogue of Pessimism and the works of Plato and Socrates dialogs.
Mesopotamian civilization is the citadel of Western civilization and predates ancient Greek civilization by thousands of years.
The Greeks 'borrowed' many of the elements of Mesopotamian civilization that predated ancient Greek civilization and incorporated them within Greek culture, philosophy and civilization.
You need to be educated in what you vomit up and understand what the fuck you are talking about before vomiting it up.
Hope that helps.
As a Greek proud of your heritage, do you find yourself historically speaking more attracted to the active penetrator or passive penetrated role related to the active or passive polarization aspects of ancient Greek culture?
Homosexuality in ancient Greece - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Young man and teenager engaging in intercrural sex, fragment of a black-figure Attic cup, 550 BC?525 BC, Louvre
In classical antiquity, writers such as Herodotus, Plato, Xenophon, Athenaeus and many others explored aspects of same-sex love in ancient Greece. The most widespread and socially significant form of same-sex sexual relations in ancient Greece was between adult men and pubescent or adolescent boys, known as pederasty (marriages in Ancient Greece between men and women were also age structured, with men in their 30s commonly taking wives in their early teens). Though homosexual relationships between adult men did exist, at least one member of each of these relationships flouted social conventions by assuming a passive sexual role. It is unclear how such relations between women were regarded in the general society, but examples do exist as far back as the time of Sappho.
The ancient Greeks did not conceive of sexual orientation as a social identifier as Western societies have done for the past century. Greek society did not distinguish sexual desire or behavior by the gender of the participants, but rather by the role that each participant played in the sex act, that of active penetrator or passive penetrated. This active/passive polarization corresponded with dominant and submissive social roles: the active (penetrative) role was associated with masculinity, higher social status, and adulthood, while the passive role was associated with femininity, lower social status, and youth.
you re fucken kidding me now?
honestly that was the biggest bullshit ever told in this forum
you re more stupid than the stupider member ever...
dude,if your statement was true
then Greece would had been named by Mesopotamian language
do you know what the fuck mesopotamia means?
Mesopotamia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sil i must lodge a complaint about this, DO YOU REALISE WHAT YOU HAVE DONE?
in another thread Azza said hes leaving, you realise hes at the travel agent booking a ticket to greece after those boy shots yeah?
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