World Philosophy Day 2020 Online premiere Philosophy is never confined… demonstrated at this year’s Long Night of Philosophy, which not only celebrated its fifth anniversary, but also its virtual premiere.[…]
New Acropolis, the Jaime Cortesão History Center and the Arkhé Space, with the collaboration of the Municipal Chamber of Oeiras, are presenting this course taught by Professor Paulo Alexandre Loução,[…]
Boys and girls in Chumico started their school year with the necessary supplies! Working towards SDG Goal #4 we helped generate inclusive and equitable education by delivering notebooks, pencils, and[…]
Inside you there's an artist you don't know about.
Racism can be expressed and experienced on different levels. Not knowing how to value another race or another religion is part of an ethical conception of racism. This is a relatively recent phenomenon. It appears in the Renaissance and especially develops in the 18th and 19th centuries. Non acceptance has always existed; in this regard, […]
We live in a world of lasers, particle accelerators, satellite image transmission, mainframe computers and microchips, and many other things so unique to this era. At the same time, however, we live with our desires, passions, defects and virtues, with our universal and timeless fears, typical of every human being and of all times. And […]
Since the earliest times our current level of research can reach, man has made hunting one of his primary activities. Human groups, today considered primitive (although there is a reasonable possibility that they are actually the worn-down remains of other civilizations, which having completed their biological cycle have been buried in an oblivion that is […]
In recent years we seem to see an increasing number of people across the world calling to sharpen the fine boundary between technology employed to serve humanity, and that which takes over our freedom. We have smart phones and watches that make our lives easier, or sometimes more complicated… leaving users sometimes lesser and lesser […]