Posts made in November 5th, 2015

Plato literarily develops geometry and vice versa. In other words, he puts maths in words. The description is not easy, but the logic is irresistible. The shape given initially is of an isosceles triangle of which the centre of its base line lies on the sacred Island of Atlantis and also marks an defining point on the system of wheels that Plato reports as being “The Centre of All”. Consequently, logically, because of Plato’s...

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With just three characteristic words and in one sentence, Plato gives the characteristic shape of the island-continent. The matter of its length has already been partly analysed in the Methodology of Mythology (MoM) while some additional information is given in the page “Key Researches / Actual length of Libya and Asia” as well as in the description of the travels of Herodotus in Africa. (As mentioned elsewhere, an island-continent is...

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MoM 2

MoM 2


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George Sarantitis

MoM 2 – METHODOLOGY OF MYTHOLOGY© – PART TWO. PLATO’S LOGIC AS MYTHOGRAPHER. LIGHT IS SHED ON PLATO’S METHODOLOGY IN HIS MYTHOLOGICAL REPORTS. Abstract. It is generally accepted that in order to correctly identify and convey the Logic of writings, it is necessary to make a connotatively accurate rendition of the words, sentences, passages, units, in short, of the literary output as a whole. So too with Plato’s two...

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MoM 1

MoM 1


Posted By on Nov 5, 2015

George Sarantitis

MoM1 – METHODOLOGY OF MYTHOLOGY© 1 – PART ONE. NEW CONNOTATIVELY ACCURATE TRANSLATIONS OF PLATO’S BOOKS TIMAEUS AND CRITIAS REVEAL ANOTHER DIMENSION IN PLATO’S WAY OF THINKING. Abstract. The ancient Greek philosophers were introduced to the world either through their surviving manuscripts, or copies translated into several languages over the last hundreds of years, or through references to them by other authors. The...

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