We continued to support the national quarantine #Quedateencasa with a talk on “The Stoics, Philosophy for Difficult Times”. Presenters and participants shared insightful reflections – very appropriate at this very[…]
New Acropolis Peru reviewed its volunteering activities of 2019 which benefited over 8025 people, thanks to 6905 hours of team work. During a meeting bringing together the country’s volunteers, the[…]
Man finds God behind every door that science is able to open.
There are two quotes from the book Altruism – the Science and Psychology of Kindness by Matthieu Ricard that sum up what is wrong with our world. “To change what we do because something is going to happen in one hundred years is, I would say, profoundly weird.” This was a comment made by the […]
This subject can be looked at from two angles: being motivated or being unmotivated. Both are expressions that we hear about every day, on different occasions and in relation to many aspects of life. Motivation or lack of motivation affect everyone, including those who have the teachings of a Philosophical Ideal available to them, but […]
It might seem that the crisis which is shaking our present civilization throughout the world and on so many fronts is something typical of our time and of enormous magnitude. However, if we look carefully, we will find crises at any time in history, and we will discover that philosophers have always examined their deeper […]
Probably the most famous of ancient Egypt’s pharaohs today, Tutankhamun was a small and short-lived king, who reigned for only ten years and died at the age of 18, in marked contrast to the later Ramses the Great, who reigned for 66 years and died in his nineties. Tutankhamun (1342 1325 BC) was one […]