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What ethical foundation can contribute to the dynamics of health care, which, in turn to guide us in that task, to ensure the universality of the human action?
We propose an ethical foundation of care in Otherness. To this end, we describe the first ethical experience which develops health care: the otherness of the "other me" needy health.
a). Constitutively are "version":
Human beings we are constitutively referred to the other. The other version is primarily a matter of fact, it is "version" real and physical, not merely existential or intentional. (Eg A child is discharged into something, the mother or who serves, who will receive nutrition or where you will find under it, is a radical way of being himself

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Strategical 1

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Innovation: Succesful exploitation of new ideas. The technical, design, manufacturing, and commercial activities involved in the marketing of a new process or equipment. The practical implementation of an idea into a new device or process. Is a specific tool of entrepreneurs, the means by which they exploit change as an opportunity for a different business or service. Innovation and invention are not the same things. Types of innovation Technological innovation: improving a product’s functionalities or reducing its production cost with respect to the state of the art, through the application of knowledge and competencies to tangible features of the production process or of the product. Product innovation: innovation is embedded in a... Continue reading "Strategical 1" »


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Epicurus was born on the island of Savas in 341 b.C. They think the mortality is only a matter of culture. Ataraxia means freedom for worries. Costums, culture and law are ethical relativism. They think taht the prudence is the most important virtude. They avoid social and pollitical.

Epictetus wrote only the educated are free. He was a slave. I'm agree because if you don't now what is free you can't be free. Zeno of Citium is the founder of school stoical. Cynics and socrates are the influence of Zeno of Citium. Aphea is absence of passion.

Last One

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provocative -  tending to provoke a response

prudent -  careful, cautious

querulous -  complaining, irritable

rancorous -  bitter, hateful

reclusive -  preferring to live in isolation

reconciliation -  the act of agreement after a quarrel, the resolution of a dispute

renovation -  repair, making something new again

resilient -  quick to recover, bounce back

restrained -  controlled, repressed, restricted

reverence - worship, profound respect

sagacity - wisdom

scrutinize - to observe carefully

spontaneity -  impulsive action, unplanned events

spurious -  lacking authenticity, false

submissive -  to submit to the will of others

substantiate -  to verify, confirm

subtle -  hard to detect or describe; perceptive

superficial -  shallow, lacking in

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Madre teresa de calcutta

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She was born on August 26, 1910 and died on September 5, 1997. When Mother Teresa died many important people from different governments went to his funeral.

At the age of twelve,She knew she had to be a missionary to spread the love of Christ and at the age of 18 enter in the order of the Sisters of Our Lady of Loreto in Ireland.

He studied in Dublin and in Darjeeling before accepting the vote in 1937.

She was director of a Catholic school in Calcutta, where the presence of dying in the streets of the city led her to ask permission to leave his post at the convent and devote from 1948 to care for the sick. In 1950, Mother Teresa received permission from the Holy See to start her own order, "The Missionaries of Charity".

In 1979 he was awarded

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la persona

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1.The Social Doctrine of the Church is based on a Specific concept of person and society; and has been developed from a specific Cultural model. The fundamentals; notion of person and notion of society; Appears in the bottom of all kind of political, economic, cultural or social Constructs.

The Christian notion of person is originated from the Historical reflection about a specific theological fact which does not exist in Other religions: personhood is the presupposition of Christian´s natures: Divine and human. He is an only person with two natures, divine as he is God And human as he is true man.Human person: individual substance of rational nature. The encyclical, Points out that the human being is a compound of soul and body, intelligence... Continue reading "la persona" »

Leonardo da vinci was born in Italy in 1452. He went

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Some People Never Forget a Face (2012 )  

1.TRUE: In fact about 2 percent of the population has prosopagnosia, a condition characterized by great difficulty in recognizing faces
FALSE: Often super-recognizers are able to recognize another person despite significant changes in appearance...

2. (A) Because other people usually don't recognize them and they don't want to give the impression the meeting was important or special to them
(B) Because they could help determine the different degrees of credibility of eyewitnesses.
remembering - recalling / wide - broad / meeting - encounter / credible 
4. To - are found / who - to / meeting - at / had not been - wouldn't have met 

Young da Vinci (2013 ) 
1. TRUE: His father was stern and distant with
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1-have taken steps  2- brought  3-resorting

would have been
of the huge waves battering
me from sending  7-in getting 
clinging to power down to their greed
have been the reason that left
the landlord made the tenant acquainted with the fact that he...
however old he was, ...  12-so that he could know
is likely to have been poisoned by   14-object to building
i wish Eibar had not been flattened out by
(i wish Eibar had signed...)
is thought to have died
apologised to me for been harassing
discouraged me from joining the team was...
wherreas in the past my father was a socialiser, noy is....
COMA, which   21-i dont approve of installing
hadnt been erected   23-have worn/been told
dont blame me for my family living
dont put the blame on me that my family.
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Aristotle and transmigration

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1.Summarize the relations between the following terms: “argument,” “deduction,” “induction,” “validity,” “soundness,” “strength,” and “reliability.”

It is important because is like the basis of everything. It brings some structure of were to start the argument, what to discuss, what are the premises of your conclusion does it follows. Basic forms of rationality. No tienes base para decirme porque estoy equivocado/no estas de acuerdo conmigo porque no tienes base para decirmelo.

Three parts: Arguments: reason of why do I feel wrong. Developed an argument. Know how to say things. DEFINITION Structure: sabes que esta algo mal y que no estan de acuerdo. Analyzed the problem and the bas things. ANALYZE (VALIDITY OR STRENGTH)... Continue reading "Aristotle and transmigration" »

English Proficiency

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Second Grade Class:

Focus:Lesson is not only about the Statue of Liberty but

the immigrants and families of different cultures.

Vocabulary Words: Search for words that describe

  • Freedom

  • Slavery

  • Liberty

  • Justice

  • Equality

Search online for motivational stories on families that

passes through The Statue of Liberty.

  • What did you learn about Freedom?

  • What makes this country different from any other country?

  • What did you learn about the movie we all saw?

  • What did you learn about food?

  • Did they enjoy the play?

Search for the meaning of: Humanistic Learning Theory  

Students will be evaluated on the research and the quality of their work. Their research abilities and their understanding of the meaning of freedom to then as well as the families that once passed through

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