The guiding beliefs or ideals that characterize a community or ideology. The moral element in dramatic literature that determines a character's action rather than his or her thought or emotion.
ONEIRI - 224 x 150
'Oneiric' describes things related to dreams. 'Oneiri' were various gods and demigods that ruled over dreams.
EMPEIRIA - 200 x 140
'Experience' in ancient Greek.
DUNAMIS - 190 x 135
Moral power and excellence of soul. In ancient Greek it is the philosophical concept of potentiality and actuality.
AGATHON - 160 x 170
A person with good character, brave and noble in spirit. The ideal of human perfection uniting beauty and strong moral values (aesthetics and ethics).
CHRYSALISM - 220 x 120
The peace of being indoors during a thunderstorm.
BASILEIA - 140 x 195 cm
Royalty. The citadel of Atlantis, as described by the Greek philosopher Plato in Critias. Also the name of one of the daughters of Uranus.
KHRONOS - 125 x 185
Kronos is the personification of Time in pre-Socratic philosophy and later literature. Kronos (Chronos) governed linear time, contrasted with the other Greek word for time, kairos, meaning the indeterminate moment that is right for something to occur.
AORISTOS - 110 x 180
In classical greek means 'undefined', expressing action or past action, without further limitation or implication.
THAUMAS - 115 x 160
In ancient greek means wonder - amazement - attuned awakening to questioning. 'Thaumas' suggested a kind of inquisitiveness towards things unknown, a form of curiosity that was the driving force and origin for philosophy.
VENUS 190 x 150
Goddess whose functions encompassed love, beauty, desire, prosperity and victory.