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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 was a pedagogue and a humanist born in Vitoria in 1881 who died in Mar del Plata (Argentina) in 1948. She was 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...

CHRISTOPHE ANDRÉ

Let’s talk this week about  Christophe André, a psychiatrist and psychotherapist born in Montpellier (France) in 1956, known for his...

ANNIE MARQUIER

Born in France in 1940 and a resident in Quebec, Canada, since age 28, Annie Marquier is one of the most important authors on inner growth and...

MATTHIEU RICARD

In 2004, the American National Academy of Sciences published a study conducted by the Universities of Madison-Wisconsin, Princeton and Berkeley...

MARÍA ZAMBRANO

On this blog, I have already written about women who were restless for her times, by defying the female role and for their contribution in the...

MARTIN SELIGMAN

Why happy people are happy? The father of Positive Psychology has earned himself this appreciation for pioneering the development of a scientific...

MARGUERITE YOURCENAR

Used as a literary pseudonym (and, curiously, being an anagram of her surname, Crayencour) and her official name after being naturalized...

BERTRAND RUSSELL

The teacher and mentor of Ludwig Wittgenstein, a philosopher who is also profiled on this blog, Russell was a philosopher, a writer and a...

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