Monthly Archives: January 2014

Odysseus: a hero for all times

Why Odysseus? Today I’m turning to a new broad topic that has to do with how we can see, analyse and understand reality. This new topic is related to mythology, not meaning that I’m going to present some myths, or … Continue reading

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Art and beauty, the everlasting question

If all life on planet Earth were destroyed by some calamity, but a painting like Mona Lisa were left intact, would it still be art? Did burning the books, in the dark ages of the Nazis and of communists, destroy … Continue reading

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Speaking words of wisdom

In this post, the first in the new year, I’m talking about shortcuts to wisdom that are deceiving and limiting. There is a science (logic) examining and analysing errors in argumentation, and there is critical thinking dealing (also) with errors … Continue reading

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