In this heartfelt tribute to Greek culture, Leonard Peikoff identifies its essential virtue. Ancient Greece, he says, was the only fully secular civilization in history, the “only conceptual-level culture ever.” Among the topics covered: the significance of the Olympic Games; the Greeks’ attitude toward male nudity and toward homosexuality, and the parallels with the Founding Fathers’ attitude toward slavery; the difference between the Greek and the Enlightenment views about emotions.