WHAT about the future: Ramón Cotarelo

‘I have a extraordinary faith in our ability to invent’. Professor of Political Science and Public Administration at the Faculty of Political Science and Sociology at the National University of Distance Education (UNED), of which he was vice rector from 1984 to 1988. Born in Madrid in 1943 and studied Political ...

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Reflections on work

The French writer, essayist, teacher, philosopher, biologist and geneticist Albert Jacquard shares on this interview some interesting and revealing reflections on work. Born into a conservative Catholic family, son of the director of the Bank of France Francois Jacquard and Marie-Louise Fourgeot, in 1934 he ...

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WHAT about the future: José Luis Cabeza

‘A poet friend says that they call wellbeing to this slavery’. Poet, cultural agitator, artist specialized in oral literature, pioneer and precursor of slam poetry and spoken word in Catalonia, he founded with Elisabet Fernández red927, a platform of oral literature applied in scenic poetry. He is also speaker ...

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Transgressive awareness

We humans say what distinguishes us from other species is awareness: we can realize, in the sense of shed light on something, wanting to watch and question what we see. The image of the iceberg is interesting in that sense as metaphor: only a part emerges of the water, the conscious part that becomes visible, ...

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Human nature: Justice vs Power
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Human nature: Justice vs Power

Individual

In the early 70s the International Philosophers Project, led by the Dutch philosopher Fons Elders, was developed through a series of debates among the ...

Immortality, last evolutionary step
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Immortality, last evolutionary step

Individual

It may sound like science fiction, but the fact is that there is a project whose ultimate goal is to achieve something like the immortality of the human ...

The paperboy
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The paperboy

Society

The industry that has evolved the most and the only one that has really evolved is the communication industry; mobile devices, social media, internet and ...

The innovation of loneliness
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The innovation of loneliness

Individual

The current social networks allow us to mold a personal identity with which we relate to the world. Photos, messages, references, comments, videos and ...

The right to a decent existence
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The right to a decent existence

Society

The Universal Basic Income is a theory, in relation with economic policy, given —although there are numerous precursors: Paine, Fourier, Van Parijs, ...

Homo Modernus
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Homo Modernus

Individual

Directed by Iñigo Orduña and Claudio Molinari and based on an original text of the second, 'Homo Modernus: Tractatus Philosophicus' is one of the two ...

God, the Universe and everything else
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God, the Universe and everything else

Environment

Three major of the scientific outreach, each an expert in a different field, met for the first and unique time in the same television studio in 1988. ...

Life after people
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Life after people

Environment

This is not the story about how humans we could disappear, but rather what would happen on Earth after our demise. It does not deal how we extinguish, ...

Impossible without faith
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Impossible without faith

Individual

Faith is confidence or belief in something or someone. Can be defined as the acceptance of a statement made ​​by someone with some authority, knowledge ...