Dr. Evgenia Mylonaki CYA Professor of Philosophy, has had a paper recently published in the esteemed European Journal of Philosophy.
The paper titled: Action as the Conclusion of Practical Reasoning; The Critique of a Rödlian Account takes up the question of whether and in what sense action might be the conclusion of practical reasoning and argues against the answer provided by Sebastian Rödl’s account of practical reasoning. The online publication is currently on the Journal’s home page.
CYA Students view their study abroad in Greece as a life-changing experience, one that has increased their awareness and perceptions making them better prepared to live in the global community. In The CYA Experience eBook you will hear from some of the people that make this happen.
By JOHN KARAVAS*
I can vividly recall the look and the awe on my student’s faces when we enter the interior of ancient buildings such as the Parthenon, the Propylaia or the Temple of Hepahaistus. Or their joy and astonishment when they get to run on the ancient tracks of Olympia or Nemea.
By RITSA PANAGIOTOU*
Living and studying in Greece during these most difficult and challenging times seems to have brought out the best in many of my students. They have shown an interest in seeing and experiencing first hand the social repercussions of the ongoing crises…
By ROBERT K. PITT*
In meeting an architect inside the Parthenon to discuss new discoveries made while restoring that great symbol of Athens, or in having pointed out to them some previously unidentified graffiti on a wall block, our students are faced with the physical remains of those ancient people whose writings they know, but who until then seemed somehow distant and unreal.
By HYPATIA VOURLOUMIS*
By PANAGIOTA MARAGOU*
One of the basic targets is to actually teach a different way of seeing and perceiving our surroundings. If we succeed, the natural environment stops being just a background to our everyday activities or scenery for our moments of relaxation.
By STELLA PAPAYIANNI*
American students learn Greek! It is an adventure in itself this decision- obligation. All these verbs, articles, nouns, singular, plural. But is it possible? “It’s all Greek to me,” English speakers say. And yet!
By MARINETA PAPAHIMONA*
When I start my beginners Modern Greek class, I feel my students’ panic for the language class and their inner dialogues. – My God! Too much vocabulary! And different pronunciation..!
CYA is a not-for-profit educational institution that has been offering semester, academic year, and summer study abroad programs in Greece for over 5 decades. We offer students an academically outstanding program of studies combined with the vibrant experience of day-to-day contact with the people, monuments, and landscape of Greece and the Mediterranean.