We started a new series of articles about inventions, those technological advances that arise from the innovative spirit of the brightest minds on the planet, and whose main objective is to make our lives easier.
“The International Book Day is celebrated worldwide, a commemoration that aims to promote reading and protect copyright, among other things.”
When we think of myths and legends, we usually imagine elaborate narratives that tell us the story or the emergence of different phenomena or elements of reality.
We all know what it means to learn, but sometimes we find it difficult to teach how to learn or how to learn to learn.
Gnosis receives the name of a collective that defines itself as a movement but is also considered a dangerous sect.
If we talk about evolution probably the first name that comes to mind is that of Charles Darwin. However, Darwin was not the only great author who worked on this aspect, there being other authors with a different consideration of the evolution of the species and that even served as inspiration.
The legends are literary compositions that narrate imaginary events, whose base can have historical data, fantastic characters, supernatural phenomena, among other elements.
The Roman legends are characterized by combining human beings with mythical animals and fantastic elements of nature.
The short Latin American stories are characterized by transmitting in a few words an accumulation of emotions and thoughts, among which are the joy, love, despair, roots, honor, life and death.
Feminism is a set of very varied social and political movements.
Gender: the masculine and the feminine, the woman and the man. Traditionally, both sexes have been differentiated and it has been considered that they have different characteristics and roles.
The gender perspective is an approach that allows studying and addressing phenomena, links, activities, processes and social systems related to the sex-gender system.
Baruch Spinoza (1632-) was a modern philosopher, currently recognized as one of the leading exponents of rationalism.
“Saint Augustine of Hippo (354-430) was a priest and philosopher of the Catholic Church, known as the “Doctor of Grace”.
Irish legends are characterized by a mystical and symbolic content typical of the Celtic culture.