Education According to Socrates 

13 August, 2014

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Previously, we discussed what the concept of education was for Roman philosopher Seneca was; education for him was fundamentally having an honest life. This time around, let us discuss the concept of a “good life” according to Greek philosopher Socrates, whose thoughts were well known four centuries before Seneca’s. Read the rest of this entry »


PROPERTY BUBBLE

7 August, 2014

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What has been called “property bubble”, that is the disproportionate and continued increase in the prices of houses and all buildings that were built until the year 2008. It was not an exclusively Spanish problem but the western world, including the USA and Europe. Read the rest of this entry »

17 July, 2014

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In view of the dramatic crisis that Spain is suffering, when one out of every five people live in unemployment, when we are in the sights of Europe, when we do not yet know how the current situation of hardship for many families will finish, the thinkers of this Government are devoted to invent tension situations that generate clashes among ordinary people.

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Freedom of the mind

3 April, 2014

   It has often been said plaintively, that children spend too much time watching television regarding it as an element that jeopardizes or at least makes more difficult the work of educators. Surveys confirm that assertion, but it would be unfair to say that children are the culprits of this situation. In any case, they are victims of living environment, in which the television set occupies a special place not only in the family room, but, once it is on, it attracks the attention of the entire family. In this way the private sphere of the family, is invaded within the four walls of the house by a gang of “time suckers” aggressors who have not received a specific invitation to sit at our table. Read the rest of this entry »


Intruders or guests?

3 April, 2014

   Repeat that children spend too much time watching television sometimes plaintively, sometimes as an element that distorts the work of educators. Surveys confirm that dedication, but it would be unfair to say that children are the ulprits. In any case, infants are victims of living environment, in which the television set occupies a special place not only in the family room, but, on, focuses the attention of the entire family. The private sphere of the family, the individual, is invaded, within the four walls of the house by a gang of suspected attackers, “time suckers” who have not received a specific invitation to sit at our table. Read the rest of this entry »


Promoting freedom

3 April, 2014

   A common goal of educators is that children grow up in freedom and in responsibility. For this, we must promote and encourage that they make their own decisions and choose among various options. Alongside this we will help them to distinguish what is good for others and for themselves. Promoting freedom is always encouraging them to make choices for love. Read the rest of this entry »


Educating the freedom

3 April, 2014

   The mission of the educator, both father and teacher is double: make that the boy is aware of the great value of his freedom and teaches him to put it into practice correctly. This is easy to say and hard to do it, among other things because the concept of freedom and its relationship with the good and love does not understand correctly. Read the rest of this entry »


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