The debate on how to distinguish between scientific knowledge and other ideas is still valid.
Sometimes, life leaves us trapped in those Gordian knots as complex as distressing.
If we talk about organizations that marked psychology and philosophy, we can not forget about the Círculo de Eranos.
The concepts of Yin and Yang tell us about the duality that is present in all natural and human reality. There is no day without night, nor life without death, although sometimes we insist that only one of these two facets is present.
Do you value the opinions of others? Do you consider prospects that are different from yours? The story that we present today invites reflection in this regard.
Camus is the philosopher of the absurd. An absurdity that would be reconciled with life through acceptance. Today we delve into the philosophy of this original and controversial philosopher.
Roberto Assagioli and his school of Psychosynthesis were a revolution in the world of psychology and laid the foundations of humanism and transpersonal psychology.
Murdered in a cruel way, Hypatia was a woman of reason, a teacher in places where women did not even enter, a revolutionary who believed, above all, in science…
The drive of life encompasses all those impulses and behaviors that motivate our survival without renouncing pleasure and adding to the feeling of well-being.
To more appearances, more excess of deficiencies. That is at least what is hidden behind the so-called complex of Eróstrato, an increasingly common phenomenon where the classic postureo hides in reality a personality lack of self-esteem when striving to pretend what one is not.
The precepts of life of the samurai were inherited by a good part of the martial artists. They illustrate principles that are valid to face enemies or difficult situations. It is worth knowing them.
These 7 Viking proverbs about life show that this society was not only governed by the desire to conquer, it also treasured other values…
This paradox based on a myth of Ancient Greece makes us think about the idea of identity.
In our culture there is no word that defines the meaning of what in ikigai culture represents in Japan.
What do we know and what we do not know? On what do we base ourselves to say that an information is knowledge? In this article we will try to answer these questions from a very particular point of view, that of Gettier.
Let’s look at Aristotle’s theory of causation, with explanations about the ideas of the Greek philosopher.
This philosopher gave rise to the Critical Theory, which questioned the established social order.
If you see yourself in difficulties to be happy for the good of others, it is more than possible that there is a basic psychological problem and, specifically, a depressive process.