In this heartfelt tribute to Greek culture given in June of 1997, 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.