User:Politis

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'Politis' is the pseudonym of a London-Greek academic and member of the Archbishopric of Thyateira and Great Britain; it comes from the ancient Greek πολίτης and means citizens, including the obligations and responsibilities that go with it. It is semantically linked to 'polis' (city), cosmopolitan (citizen of the world) and politics (in this case, used in its Aristotelian sense of, the philosophy of human affairs).
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'Politis' is the pseudonym of a London-Greek academic. I belong to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain and live in London (UK). 'Politis' comes from the ancient Greek 'πολίτης' which means citizens - including the obligations and responsibilities that go with it. It is semantically linked to 'polis' (city), cosmopolitan (citizen of the world) and politics (in this case, used in its Aristotelian sense of, the philosophy of human affairs).
  
 
I am willing to contribute, add or edit entries to the best of my abilities and with impartiality. I appreciate the usefulness of polemic contributions when they do not interfere with the flow of information.
 
I am willing to contribute, add or edit entries to the best of my abilities and with impartiality. I appreciate the usefulness of polemic contributions when they do not interfere with the flow of information.
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My spelling is for ever wanting.
  
 
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'Politis' is the pseudonym of a London-Greek academic. I belong to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain and live in London (UK). 'Politis' comes from the ancient Greek 'πολίτης' which means citizens - including the obligations and responsibilities that go with it. It is semantically linked to 'polis' (city), cosmopolitan (citizen of the world) and politics (in this case, used in its Aristotelian sense of, the philosophy of human affairs).

I am willing to contribute, add or edit entries to the best of my abilities and with impartiality. I appreciate the usefulness of polemic contributions when they do not interfere with the flow of information.

My spelling is for ever wanting.

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