Hellenism is above all IDEA. It’s worldview and worldview produced and offered to humanity what is higher to boast: Republic, Philosophy, Art and Education.
This idea we want to project in all corners of the world.
The Neurosciences & Learning Laboratory of the University of Athens and the Ωmega Schools organized under the Educational Tourism educational and entertainment programs (edutainment – summer schools).
Young people over 17 years, citizens of the world who are interested in Greek Philosophy, Art and Culture, the Byzantine culture and Orthodoxy, Tradition and Faith, are able participation in the programs:
- Ancient Greek Philosophy and Culture
- Byzantium and Orthodoxy
The program duration is 15 days and will be provided:
Education, accommodation, half board, transfers, activities and sightseeing in Athens, Sounio, Tours in Olympia, Epidaurus, etc.
Afternoon and evening will take place: Night camp – astronomy, mythology and Greek dances.
In any educational program lasting 15 days include:
- 2 different disciplines
- 44 class hours
- 26 workshops and special educational events
- Studies Certificate with the provisions of internationally recognized credits (10 credits)
- Scientific responsibility and university level Methodology
Details of each program includes the following topics:
ANCIENT GREEK PHILOSOPHY AND CULTURE
The role of Greek Thought as shaped by Greek philosophy and art in dealing with collective or personal crisis in good business and survivability. The role of human values and Greek language in personal growth.
– The role of Greek thought as shaped by Greek philosophy and Arts in dealing with collective or personal crisis.
– The quality of enterprise and possibility of survival.
– The role of the human values and the Greek language in personal development.
Byzantium and Orthodoxy
Studying the history and tradition of Byzantium and Orthodoxy, primarily through Education and Art faith, political and theological thinking in the context of modern Western civilization.
- Culture of Byzantium
- The Western Renaissance and Byzantium
- The universality of the Cyrillic alphabet
- Analytical Sociology and Psychology of Religion
- Genetics and Synthetic Psychology of Orthodoxy
- The religious experience
- Introduction to Orthodoxy
- Orthodoxy and in the East
- Tradition and faith
- Customs and traditions of Orthodoxy – the cycle of life
- The parables and their educational dimension
- Historical development and relations with other religions
- The role of Byzantium: historical-comparative and socio-political approach
- The geostrategic role of the Slav-speaking population
- Phenomenology and operation of the orthodox faith
- Art and Tradition
- Byzantine Music
- Culture and Orthodoxy