Monthly Archives: January, 2013

Metaphysical Time

Example: Aristotle escuha sounds, soon Aristotle does not listen to any sound. Aristotle because of the sounds that I listen and now does not listen can judge silence by the absence of the same. The target to the black. The finite thing to the infinite thing. As much the one for the other, therefore is […]

Jean Paul Sartre

It emphasizes subjects as the individual, choices and the nonsense of the life human being when contemplating a rational understanding of the universe (Blackburn, 1997; Cabral, 2006). The first philosopher who if really affirmed as existencialista, that assumed this denomination, was Jean Paul Sartre (Borheim, 2005; Cabral, 2006), but, for some researchers, existencialistas characteristics can […]

Alberti Cities

Thinkers as Alberti (1401-72), that he praised that the streets would have to be traced the way them rivers, Filarete (1400-69), that in its drawings and descriptions he suggested models of fluvial cities and in Leonardo of the Vincci (1452-1519), it is distinguished its social concerns of the free access of the workers and craftsmen […]

Danielle Provansal

We attend, then, to the sprouting of neoracism, that is to say, the elaboration of a discriminatory attitude from which the cultural barriers are as insurmountable as the genetic barriers (Danielle Provansal, 1996, p.260). Thus it seems that they confirm recent events in Ceuta and Melilla, with the attempts of entrance people of sub-Sahara countries, […]

Eduardo Galeano

Nor with the rescue of the federal reserves and the central banks it has been avoided that the hypothecating crisis becomes an economic crisis extended, that is let also see in the international trade. When the external debts of the exhausted countries were renegotiated, the clause of prevailed to them conditionality, by means of which […]