Charismatic, persuasive, manipulative, impulsive, but charming at first. This is how individuals with psychopathy are. According to some studies, 1% of the population is psychopathic and, most of them, are among us.
Midday arrives and we begin to feel hungry. The minutes pass and that feeling, each time, becomes more voracious.
Michel Houellebecq is hated and loved. And more now, that the French writer has done it again.
Rainer Maria Rilke was the poet who used sadness as a creative motor, as a muse for his verses.
The life of Miguel de Cervantes was full of surprising experiences. His is one of the great works of universal literature. Even so, this was not recognized in life and only took place many years after death.
Hugo Münsterberg laid the foundations of forensic psychology, introducing the importance of performing psychological profiles to describe criminal behavior.
One of the most remarkable works of José Saramago was Essay on blindness, a work that invites us to a deep reflection on the human soul and that which before our eyes is already invisible.
Walt Whitman suffered censorship and harsh criticism for his book “Leaves of Grass.” The open sexuality that he showed in those verses was not well accepted at the time.
Marcel Proust isolated himself from the world at 37 years old. Asthmatic and weakened, he sought refuge in his room to write and evoke every lived moment of his past, which he reflected in his work “In search of lost time”.
The work of Søren Kierkegaard is based on two basic dimensions that also defined the essence of his life: love and faith.
Mariano José de Larra is one of the greatest representatives of Romanticism in Spain. His articles of customs, his criticism of the society of the time and his deep sadness have made him an essential figure in Spanish literature.
This great thinker, anthropologist and writer left an immense and very valuable legacy in the field of comparative mythology.
Do you know the legend of Sweeney Todd? Is what we saw in the cinema real? What are these stories that appeal to us so much? Join us to discover the barber who frightened all of London.
Due to his blindness, Jorge Luís Borges needed for a good part of his life the help of his friends and family to continue with his literary work.
A review of the mythology of this original religion of the Indian subcontinent.
These historical figures knew how to overcome and live with depression, without stopping them from changing the world through their great actions.
Elisabeth Roudinesco is a French historian and psychoanalyst, of great international prestige.
The phrases of Wisława Szymborska usually refer to everyday aspects, or perhaps they should be daily, often forgotten.