Explora Preguntas, Humano, ¡y mucho más!

⚜ Filosofía para los amantes de la sabiduría...

⚜ Filosofía para los amantes de la sabiduría...

⚜ Filosofía para amantes de la sabiduría... Filósofos griegos

⚜ Filosofía para amantes de la sabiduría... Filósofos griegos

⚜ Filosofía para amantes de la sabiduría... Evolución de la filosofía

⚜ Filosofía para amantes de la sabiduría... Evolución de la filosofía

aseaofquotes:  Carl Sandburg, “Under the Harvest Moon”

aseaofquotes: Carl Sandburg, “Under the Harvest Moon”

Is it possible to read too much? :) Stupid question. Image found on wasbella102.tumblr.com

Is it possible to read too much? :) Stupid question. Image found on wasbella102.tumblr.com

Understanding Heidegger's The Question Concerning Technology

Understanding Heidegger's The Question Concerning Technology

"Sólo un dios puede aún salvarnos. La única posibilidad de salvación la veo en que preparemos, con el pensamiento y la poesía, una disposición para la aparición del dios o para su ausencia en el ocaso; dicho toscamente, que no «estiremos la pata

Martin Heidegger

Martin Heidegger

ron pope- best song ever

ron pope- best song ever

Positive body image: Are you going out tonight? How to be fabulous and have more fun RIGHT NOW! Take a read!

The Psychology Of Being Fabulous

Positive body image: Are you going out tonight? How to be fabulous and have more fun RIGHT NOW! Take a read!

Aristotle is the first to have written systems by which to understand and criticize everything from pure logic to ethics, politics, literature, even science. He theorized that there are four “causes”, or qualities, of any thing in existence: the material cause, which is what the subject is made of; the formal cause, or the arrangement of the subject’s material; the effective cause, the creator of the thing; and the final cause, which is the purpose for which a subject exists.

Aristotle is the first to have written systems by which to understand and criticize everything from pure logic to ethics, politics, literature, even science. He theorized that there are four “causes”, or qualities, of any thing in existence: the material cause, which is what the subject is made of; the formal cause, or the arrangement of the subject’s material; the effective cause, the creator of the thing; and the final cause, which is the purpose for which a subject exists.

Pinterest
Buscar