Julio Cortázar gave us unforgettable and essential works in the history of literature. Books like Rayuela and Bestiario, are two wonders for which time will never pass, let alone our admiration for that unmistakable style.
César Borgia was the illegitimate son of Pope Alexander VI who would inspire the Prince of Nicolás Machiavelli. Later, this work would give name to a clever, manipulative and unscrupulous personality trait. What is real about this idea? Why is the story of Cesar Borgia so fascinating?
Louis XIV, also known as the Sun King, was one of the great French monarchs. Soldier and diplomat, he led France to unprecedented economic prosperity.
Umberto Eco is one of the most interesting thinkers of the 20th century in Europe. His work spanned several fields and, perhaps, is world-renowned for his novel The Name of the Rose. But Eco contributed much more, was a pioneer in the field of semiotics and cultural studies. Do you want to discover the keys to your thinking?
El Bosco is an artist whose work he has tried to explain hundreds of times without much success. We will discover how his life was, what and how he painted; We will review some of the theories that try to explain the enigmatic and puzzling life and work of this great teacher.
The life of Virginia Woolf is a reflection of the harmful silences that have tried to cover, almost to our days, the horror and the devastating consequences of sexual abuse in children. A woman of great talent, but destroyed by silence.
Mary Ainsworth was a Canadian psychologist who, along with John Bowlby, developed one of the psychological theories that has most helped to understand early social development: the theory of attachment.
The story of Mary Wollstonecraft was not interested for a long time, nobody liked that a woman asked for the same rights between men and women. His life was marked by the tragic, but also by a tireless struggle to defend what he considered fair.
Aspasia de Mileto was a teacher of rhetoric and lore, seems to have been the only woman in classical Greece who distinguished herself in the public sphere. Being a free and independent woman, unlike an Athenian wife, also meant that she was attacked, ridiculed and vilified.