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♡ (Small) Book haul of this month. ♡

Category: Books and Stories

1. A Study in Scarlet. (A. Conan Doyle) First book in the Sherlock Holmes series. I’m trying to start reading some classics and I think this is a good way to start. 2. Ética Nicomaquea. (Aristotle) Before this, I bought Metaphysics (also from Aristotle) and it appears to me that this book is equally as important to understand the basics of western philosophy. 3. A Political Treatise. (Spinoza) In ... » Continue Reading

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Origins of the Arché

Category: Religion and Philosophy

Thales was a greek mathematician and politician. Aristotle, in his Metaphysics, also described him as the first philosopher , despite not having any explicitly philosophical texts. How is this possible? Well, it is quite intuitive to think that the first philosopher would be searching for the origin of everything , and that is exactly what Thales sought. He was the first to propose a hypothesis fo... » Continue Reading

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New coins. (5/15)

Category: Blogging

I just come from buying some new coins. I bought 5 this day.   The first one is one cent from Guyana. I'm triying to get the Americas completed (at least have one coin from each country) and this is one of the countries i didn't have. The second one is my favourite from this five. It's from Norway, 20 kroner, and it's relatively heavier than the other ones. In the botto... » Continue Reading

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Francis Bacon, Ulises y las columnas de Hércules.

Category: Religion and Philosophy

Ulises es un personaje que aparece más allá de La Odisea y de los poemas antiguos, pues es el protagonista de La Divina Comedia de Dante. Ahí, narra el momento de su muerte. Osea, cuando alcanzó y cruzó las columnas de Hércules, las cuales se ubican en el estrecho de Gibraltar y representaban los confines del mundo conocido para los griegos.  Según el mito, el propio Hércules había marcado en aque... » Continue Reading

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