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·  The dawn of cosmology: Sumerian, Egyptian and Phoenician concepts of the universe

·  Vicissitudes of cosmology and Giordano Bruno’s discourse with Aristotle

·  Aristotle’s and Lucretius’s cosmology and paradoxes of Giambattista Vico’s poetic cosmography

·  Asking the impossible (Review on Eugene Orlov’s “Aristotelian Philosophical Terminology”)

·  Aristotle’s False and Dangerous Signs and their Revival in the Contemporary New Media

·  Aristotelian cultural universals and contemporary cultural conflicts

·  A preamble to the post post-modern Neo-Aristotelianism (Gotthelf, Allan.Teleology, First Principles and Scientific Method in Aristotle's Biology. Oxford Aristotle Studies. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012 (464 pages))

·  Aristotle, Aristotelianism(s), and neo-Aristotelianism – wisdom therapy

·  A preamble to the post post-modern Neo-Aristotelianism (Review of David Roochnik’s “Retrieving Aristotle in an Age of Crisis”)

·  Aristotle’s idea of civilized man and pathway to civilization

•  Subverting Aristotle or cultural history of Europe? (Review of Craig Martin’s Subverting Aristotle: Religion, History and Philosophy in Early Modern Science”)

·  Plato, platonism, Aristotle, Aristotelianism and gap in cultural history

·  Chekhovian neo-Aristotelianism and idea of a perfect man in the age of anxiety

·  Phoenician cosmology as a proto-base for Greek materialism, naturalist philosophy and Aristotelianism

·  Seeking Balance and Harmony amidst Post-modern Confusion (Review of Joel Kaye’s A history of balance, 12501375)

·  Sema/sign, semasia/meaning and toying with semantics in Aristotle’s translated texts – Response to the “Challenging Integralism”. In: Bremer, Josef; Khroutski, Konstantin S.; Klimek, Rudolf and Tadeusiewicz, Ryszard (2017). “Challenging integralism, Aristotelian entelecheia, hyle and morphe (form), and contemporary concepts of information, touching upon the aetiological issues of carcinogenesis (with reflecting feedbacks of Paul Beaulieu, Ana Bazac, Anna Makolkin, Leonardo Chiatti, Milan Tasić and Dariusz Szkutnik),” Biocosmology – Neo-Aristotelism Vol. 7, No. 1 (Winter 2017):8–111; pp. 85–89.

·   Pietro Pomponazzi – the most representative Aristotelian of the Italian Renaissance