Best Books on contemporary Hellenismos

Best Books on contemporary Hellenismos and Hellenic thinking
compiled by Stilian Korovilas

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Alexander, Timothy Jay: Hellenismos Today, Breinigsville/Pennsylvania 2007.

Alexander, Timothy Jay: A Beginner’s Guide to Hellenismos, Breinigsville/Pennsylvania 2007.

Alexander, Timothy Jay: The Gods of Reason: An Authentic Theology for Modern Hellenismos, Breinigsville/Pennsylvania 2007.

Ancona, Cyriac of: Life and Early Travels (I Tatti Renaissance Library 65), ed. and trans. Charles Mitchell, Edward W. Bodnar and Clive Foss, Cambridge/MA 2015.

Ancona, Cyriac of: Later Travels (I Tatti Renaissance Library 10), ed. and trans. Edward W. Bodnar with Clive Foss, Cambridge/MA 2003.

Bodnar, Edward W./Mitchell, Charles: Cyriacus of Ancona’s journeys in the Propontis and the Northern Aegean (1444–1445) (Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society, vol. 112), Philadelphia 1976. 

Castoriadis, Cornelius: Postscript on Insignificance: Dialogues with Cornelius Castoriadis, trans. Gabriel Rockhill and John V. Garner, New York 2001.

Castoriadis, Cornelius: On Plato’s Statesman, trans. David Ames Curtis, Stanford 2002.

Dervenis, Kostas: Oracle Bones Divination: The Greek I Ching, Rochester/Vermont 2014.

Dimitriadis, Haris: Death is Nothing to Fear: Better Living Through the Philosophy of Epicurus, n.p. 2019.

Dimitriadis, Haris: Epicurus And The Pleasant Life: A Philosophy of Nature, n.p. 2017.

Evangeliou, Christos C.: Hellenic Philosophy: Origin And Character, Burlington/VT 2006.

Georgakopoulou, Alexandra/Silk, Michael (eds.): Standard Languages and Language Standards: Greek, Past and Present, Burlington 2009.

Hellenic Council YSEE of America: Hellenic Ethnic Religion: Theology and Practice, New York 2018.

Hesiod: Theogony. Works and Days, trans. M.L. West, Oxford 2008.

Homer: The Iliad. The Odyssey, trans. Robert Fagles. Intro and notes by Bernard Knox, New York 1999.

Hyde, Walter Woodburn: Greek religion and its survivals, New York 1923.

Kaldellis, Anthony: Hellenism in Byzantium: The Transformations of Greek Identity and the Reception of the Classical Tradition, Cambridge 2007.

Kidwell, Carol: Marullus: Soldier Poet of the Renaissance, London 1989.

Labrys: Hellenic Polytheism: Vol. I: Household Worship, Athens 2014.

Lawson, John Cuthbert: Modern Greek Folklore and Ancient Greek Religion: A Study in Survivals, Cambridge 1910.

Lefkowitz, Mary: Greek Gods, Human Lives: What We Can Learn from Myths, New Haven/London 2003.

Liantinis, Dimitris: Gemma, trans. ‎Nikolitsa Georgopoulou-Liantini, London 2013.

Marullus, Michael: Poems (I Tatti Renaissance Library 54), ed. and trans. Charles Fantazzi, Cambridge/MA 2012.

Panagiotopoulos, Panagiotis: Thomas Jefferson: “I too am an Epicurean”. His life and his inspiration from the Ancient Greeks, n.p. 2021.

Siniossoglou, Niketas: Radical Platonism in Byzantium: Illumination and Utopia in Gemistos Plethon, Cambridge/MA 2011.

Siniossoglou, Niketas: Plato and Theodoret: The Christian Appropriation of Platonic Philosophy and the Hellenic Intellectual Resistance, Cambridge 2008.

Taylor, John Wilson: Georgius Gemistus Pletho’s Criticism of Plato and Aristotle, Menasha, WI, 1921.

Vallianatos, Evaggelos G.: The Passion of the Greeks: Christianity and the Rape of the Hellenes, Harwich Port/MA 2006.

Woodhouse, C. M.: George Gemistos Plethon: The Last of the Hellenes, Oxford 1986.

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