Comparison: Both authors are considered as the philosophers of suspicion. Despite the great differences between them, the philosophies of Marx and Nietzsche show the shortcomings of the founding notion of subject, which had been the starting point on which modern philosophy had developed. Both have noted how the basis of the notion of conscience is hidden: key social, economic and ideological (Marx), a morality received and spawned from a grudge against life (Nietzsche). The notion loses its regulator. Marx is a materialist view, influenced by Hegel's dialectic: everything is matter. Its design is "historical materialism": the political and social changes occur from changes occurring in the material basis of society, modes of production. For... Continue reading "Marx and Nietzsche Comparison" »
Don Alonso, a noble knight of Olmedo, going to the fair of Medina along with his servant, named Taylor, he sees a beautiful lady dressed in a peasant, which is love. Then hire a matchmaker, named Fabia, which gives it a love letter will be given to Dona Ines, the lady of a peasant, in exchange for a necklace. Fabia Agnes goes home with the excuse that sells cosmetics and prompts you to read some papers among which is the love letter, then hands him the letter and convinces her to respond to the letter, but one of them, enters her fiance, Don Rodrigo, with his servant, Don Fernando, for the door and find Fabia women are upset but they are convinced that it is the honorable old lady who cleans the clothes. Later, Agnes responds to... Continue reading "El Caballero de Olmedo (summary)" »
1. Bioelements O biogenic elements.
Are the chemical elements that are part of living matter. We found about 70 chemical elements forming part of living matter, these are in various proportions and not all are present in all living things. In accordance with its wealth divide:
- Bioelements Primary: These are found in greater proportion, are present in all biomolecules. Represents around 95% by weight of living matter. They are the C, O, H, N and to a lesser extent P and S.
These items have been selected among all those who constitute the Earth's crust to form living matter, although except oxygen are the most abundant, possessing features among which are the following:
1-have incomplete outer electron... Continue reading "Bioelements" »
Chapter 1 Pascual Duarte was born in a village in the province of Badajoz, about two miles from Almendralejo. 55 years-This town was very hot and sunny. Their houses were almost all white. There were houses richer and poorer ones. The Don Jesus was two floors and very nice, always full of flowers. Pascual was the narrow one-story, as befitted his position. He had a very nice light, heat in winter was overnight. On the walls were photographs, calendars ... and the kitchen was a China cabinet with crockery. He had a room and two bedrooms. Beside the house was a block, which had a donkey. Behind it was a pen, and behind it, a channel which would catch eels. When Pascal came to hunt (as I was) sitting on a large rock that was at a crossroads.... Continue reading "The Family of Pascual Duarte" »
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advantages and disadvantages of being and erasmus students
Nowadays, a lot of students go to Erasmus to study some subjects or the full course and have opportunity to develop in overseas.
There are a lot of advantages and disadvantages:
On th one hand there are lot advantages as you meet a lot of people from different countries.Besides,you can learn other languajes,for example English,French,Italian.Also learn about other cultures, go to the parties...
On the other hand are lot disadvantages as you can´t see your family and friends.The food is different and you can´t meet anyone also the teachers only speak and don´t adapt to you.
In mi opinion, the people go to Erasmus because they meet new friend, know other countries and especially have fun
For both the story has a dialectical structure. Kant fails to formulate the terms of thesis, antithesis and synthesis (which do appear in Hegel and Marx later), but he defends, like Marx, that history suffers apparent setbacks can have a sense from this not easy to determine. The story, as Kant conceives it, is also dynamic and historical movements could be explained dialectically.
For both authors, there is also a positive assessment of the conflict. This has been sufficiently clear in our discussion of Marx, and also appears in Idea of a universal history with cosmopolitan purpose, where Marx says that the antagonism already present in human nature itself ( it is unsocial sociability) is the mechanism that nature uses for the... Continue reading "Marx and kant comparison" »
Nature is made up of substances composed of matter and form. The subject is the element that identifies and form is the principle of universality. To know is to grasp the ways, as Aristotle correctly said, all knowledge begins with the senses. The process of knowledge is as follows:
a) The senses grasp particular objects, which are recorded in the imagination or fantasy, giving rise to images or print sensitive species. " These images are still signs or characteristics of the objects that come. The images are universal and form is only found in power.
b) Through a process of abstraction, the agent intellect robs those images containing the specific and removes the "forms." Rise of the "intelligible... Continue reading "Theory of Knowledge of Thomas Aquinas" »