Albert Camus left this world in an early and dramatic way. However, his legacy remains a literary refuge to discover, how the absurd intermingles with hope by showing us the ability to excel that resides in the human being.
Humboldt is one of the great characters of modernity, one of the last great scholars. Determined to discover the world, he was the first great explorer in Latin America. His trips contributed to a better understanding of the flora, fauna and climates of the world.
Don Quixote de la Mancha has been unanimously defined as the masterpiece of universal literature and one of the greatest creations of human ingenuity.
Asimov is one of the great precursors of science fiction. His Foundation series is developed around a key concept: psychohistory. Could this science be left to tangible reality?
Juan Rulfo is one of the most acclaimed authors of his generation. Self-taught, ambiguous and, above all, one of the most mythologized authors in all of Mexico.
Madama Butterfly tells the story of love, pain and death of a couple that was not destined to stay together. Join us to discover the keys and intricacies of one of the most applauded and immortal operas in history.
University education has existed for centuries, surely much more than is usually thought.
The research that has been carried out for decades on the evil in human beings has left us with many valuable data. Although it is true that we are still far from finding the factor with capital letters that defines it. We are going to have to start accepting that evil people are much more similar to the rest of the people than we are surely prepared to admit.
This philosopher gave rise to the Critical Theory, which questioned the established social order.