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23.06.2023 | Articles

Hannah Arendt: a thinker to understand the twentieth century

Of Jewish origin, Hannah Arendt was born in Germany in 1906 and died in the U.S. in 1975. Among his various texts, his main works are: Origins of ...
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23.12.2022 | Articles

Christmas Present

It is a nice tradition at the end of the year to exchange gifts among people. Under the Christmas trees sprout luminous packages, and, for those who ...
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19.12.2022 | Articles

Cultures and celebration

That sports competitions stir the hearts of many people everyone already knows. But this is especially true in international competitions, as in the ...
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05.12.2022 | Articles

From Greek hybris to contemporary corruption

In one of his poems, Manoel de Barros writes that, if a word is repeated so much, it loses its meaning. Keeping the proportions, this “poetic ...
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23.11.2022 | Articles

What does the epidemic of anxiety in children want to tell us about education and society?

How many health tests does the child normally undergo? Already in the womb, sophisticated tests can determine if she is a carrier of any genetic ...
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09.11.2022 | Articles

Reflections on crises: for a crisis

Those who look at the world realize that we are living in times of instability and unpredictability. Moreover, the old strategies of control, of ...
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24.10.2022 | Articles

Polarization: understanding does not mean agreeing

In the United States of the 1980s, there were many conflicts surrounding the abortion debates. The tension was such that clinics that provided ...
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13.10.2022 | Articles

Contemporary Malaise and Socio-Emotional Education

Entering the third decade of this new millennium, we find ourselves very anxious and depressed, revealing deep psychological malaise. Freud already ...
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27.09.2022 | Articles

Big Yellow: machismo and suicide prevention

After winning a fight, a breathless English UFC fighter says that at dawn he received a call from his best friend’s family because he had taken ...
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