David Fideler has worked as an editor, college professor, educational consultant, and the director of a humanities center. He studied ancient Greek philosophy and Mediterranean religions at the University of Pennsylvania and holds a PhD in philosophy and the history of science and cosmology.
David is the author of Restoring the Soul of the World: Our Living Bond With Nature’s Intelligence (2014), editor of the Cosmopolis Project website, and editor of the humanities journal Alexandria: Cosmology, Philosophy, Myth, and Culture.
A recognized authority on the Pythagorean school, Fideler contributed encyclopedia articles on Pythagoras and Pythagoreanism to Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism (1997) and The New Dictionary of the History of Ideas (2004).
In our consumer society, we are taught to see the world as a collection of objects to be transformed, sold, used, and, ultimately, to be thrown away. Perhaps that is one reason the enduring vision of the ancient Greeks still speaks to us today, because it was based on a deeper vision of nature in […]