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ANTONIO BLAY FONTCUBERTA

Considered the precursor of Transpersonal Psychology in Spain, this Barcelona-native (1924-1985) was brought up in a middle-class family and was...

ROSA PARKS

An iconic women in the struggle for civil rights in America, Rosa Louise McCauley –maiden name– was born in 1913 and raised in Tuskegee, a...

VIRGIL

The author of the poem in twelve books the ‘Aeneid’,  of the ‘Eclogues’ or ‘Bucolic’ and...

JOSÉ ORTEGA Y GASSET

A brilliant philosopher, a thinker and an essayist of the first half of the twentieth century, the Spaniard José Ortega y Gasset is  one of the...

SENECA

Lucius Annaeus Seneca, the Younger (Corduba – present Cordoba–, 4 BC – Rome, year 65) was a major figure of culture and politics in the...

HYPATIA OF ALEXANDRIA

The 60-year life of this astronomer, philosopher and mathematic, a native of the then Greek city of Alexandria (nowadays Egypt) show us to an...

HELEN KELLER

On the centenary of her birth, which took place back in 1880, the American State of Pennsylvania declared June, the 27th the Helen Keller’s...

EDUARDO GALEANO

“One survives in the others: in their memory and in their actions” would says Galeano, always lucid, in an interview with BCC World....

EPICURUS

Atomism and rational hedonism are two concepts that we owe to the Greek philosophical doctrine by Epicurus of Samos (341 BC-270 BC),...

MARÍA DE MAEZTU

María de Maeztu Whitney, a pedagogue and a humanist born in Vitoria in 1881 and who died in Mar del Plata (Argentina) in 1948, is one of the...

BARUCH SPINOZA

Dutch philosopher of Portuguese Sephardic origins, Baruch or Benedict Spinoza (Amsterdam, 1632-The Hague, 1677) belongs to the group of the most...

MARIA MONTESSORI

Surprinsingly enough, we are to talk about a pedagogue, educator, physician, psychiatrist, psychologist, biologist, scientist, anthropologist and...

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