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Read "La naturaleza humana" by Jesús Mosterín available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first purchase. La discusión de la naturaleza. Jesús Mosterín (24 September – 4 October ) was a leading Spanish philosopher .. La naturaleza humana [Human Nature], 2nd edition, Austral series. Madrid: . Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. leer La naturaleza humana Ebook pdf/epub/mobi gratis Jesús Mosterín, La discusión de la naturaleza humana tiene implicaciones éticas y políticas, algunas de.

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Editor´s Note: English translation of Chapter IX of La naturaleza humana www. The Human Nature. Jesús Mosterín. Translated by Morgan. Vivaldi, Santiago Merino, Jesús Mosterín, Andrés .. human nature) is with an evolutionary focus' (Mosterín Mosterín, J. (): La naturaleza humana. Mosterín, Jesús. La discusión de la naturaleza humana tiene implicaciones éticas y políticas, algunas de gran actualidad, que se abordan en este libro sin.

The canonical texts, once digitized, acquire, thanks to the Web, a global dimension. We must think about the model followed in this transfer of knowledge and its historical and literary consequences. In this article we, firstly, select a canonical and universal text, Don Quixote and, secondly, we search and analyze how the text has been transferred to digital format online. Finally, we will try to see what specific features offer the digitization of canonical books. When, in year , the 4th Centenary of the publication of Don Quixote was celebrated in Spain, it was necessary to analyze how the myth of Don Quixote was being re read from the Spanish culture perspective since the beginning of the century. It is clear the importance of Don Quixote as a meme Dawkins, , that is, as a cultural and theoretical unity that can be transmitted between individuals over time. The vague 1 All the email addresses have been verified on October 30, Don Quixote is the most significant literary meme in Spanish culture.

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Schwartz, ed. Arthur W. George S. Pappas and Marshall Swain, eds. John S. Earman and John J. Stachel, eds. Ricardo J. Reviewed in English. Richard Swinburne, ed. Mayr and G. Wolfgang Balzer, David A. An infinity does not imply at all that any arrangement is present or repeated. Theoretical rationality has a formal component that reduces to logical consistency and a material component that reduces to empirical support, relying on our inborn mechanisms of signal detection and interpretation.

Practical rationality has also a formal component, that reduces to Bayesian decision theory, and a material component, rooted in human nature lastly, in our genome. He contributed decisively to the discussion leading to the ban of bullfights in Catalonia Spain in Subsequently, he has published two books analyzing this cruel tradition and offering a devastating refutation of all proposed attempts to justify it.

He proposes the elimination of unnecessary and painful experiments, the abolition of factory farming based on confinement that prevents animals from displaying their genetically programmed behavior, and stopping the specially destructive and cruel forms of commercial fisheries like bottom trawling. Rejecting as muddled the metaphysical notion of free will, he focuses on political freedom, the absence of coercion or interference by others in my personal decisions.

Because of the tendencies to violence and aggression that lurk in human nature, some constraint on freedom is necessary for peaceful and fruitful social life, but the more freedom we enjoy, the better. From this point of view, Internet provides a much more attractive model than the obsolete nation-state or the nationalistic movements. He proposes a world without nation-states, territorially organized in small autonomous but not-sovereign cantonal polities, complemented by strong world organizations.

The successful sequencing of the human genome and the ongoing research on the function of genes and of regulatory sequences, together with the insights on the workings of the brain, have brought a new actuality and significance to this classical notion. Your individual nature lies in your own genome, present in the chromosomes of your cells. The human genome has a layered structure and up to a point recapitulates the history of our human lineage. The oldest and deepest strata of our nature represent the living functions common to all life on Earth.

Subsequent strata reflect later novelties. The newest layers are devoted to the most recent acquisitions, like bipedalism, grip of precision, large brain cortex, language and other abstract or recursive cognitive processes. He has also engaged in the discussion and clarification of bioethical issues, like research with embryonic stem cells, birth control, abortion and euthanasia, taking always a scientific point of view and a position in favor of human freedom.

Only individuals have a brain, and only they have a culture. Talk of collective cultures has to be understood as a statistical artifact for talking about a plurality of individual cultures.

In he has completed a thoroughgoing analysis of the forces driving cultural change, paying special attention to the role of Internet and other factors of information technology.

His series of books on Historia del Pensamiento aims at covering all main intellectual traditions from an interdisciplinary approach dealing simultaneously with developments in philosophy, science and ideology.


The analysis of the ideas is critical and uncompromising, combining rigor with clarity and straightforward language. Besides, he delves into the arguments and does not hesitate to dig out their eventual flaws.

Some of the books of the series are devoted, for example, to Archaic thought, [30] Aristotle [31] and the philosophy of India. Aristotle is presented not only as a philosopher, but also as a seminal scientist in different fields. The volume on India, besides dealing with linguistics and mathematics, contains a compact presentation of the main philosophical schools, from the Upanishad, through the Jaina and Buddhist developments, to the Advaita Vedanta of Shankara , which obviously attracts the author.

The three most recent volumes of the series, devoted to the Jews, [33] the Christians and the Muslims, deal with the different traditions of monotheism. The Jewish tradition is presented as the source of the others. The Jewish myths are not spared, but a deeply sympathetic position is taken to such important thinkers as Maimonides ben Maimon , Spinoza and Einstein. The book on the Christians is the largest of the series.

Most of the original Christian ideas come from Paul, not from Jesus. After Constantine became a sort of Christian, theological discussions about such issues as the Holy Trinity were settled by force.

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