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I Love, therefore I Exist

Manuel Cruz

This book allows us to understand the way those who devoted themselves to thinking about how to love and be loved experienced love themselves.  

Fictionalised Antiquity

Carlos García Gual

Fictionalised Antiquity traces the evocations of the ancient world, both Greek and Roman, searching for the first examples of this type of literature in late antiquity and in the eighteenth century beyond the austere texts of the historians and the...

Nobody is My Name

Eduardo Gil Bera

What became of Homer? Who wrote the Odyssey? In order to find answers, it would be necessary to read the Iliad and the Odyssey as if they had never been understood before. Otherwise, these two questions would be irrelevant or unsolvable.

Imitation and Experience

Javier Gomá Lanzón

Despite the indisputable historical importance of imitation and its role in contemporary thought, no thorough and complete history has been written on the idea of imitation. This is a void this book intends to fill.

Philosophy: Questions that Concern us All

Víctor Gómez Pin

To say that if some matter does not speak exclusively of those that concern everyone it cannot be philosophical, is to bring  the philosophical query closer to questions that the human being raises as a mere corollary of a sort of innate tendency.

The Democracy of Knowledge

Daniel Innerarity

To the author, knowledge is a field in which democratic quality is fundamentally decided.  

Histories of the Two Spains

Santos Juliá

Santos Juliá's brilliant book deals with the cultural creation of the two Spains and with those who  invented it and got it started. He covers everything from the first public writers, through young intellectuals in the mid-20th century.

Liberals

José María Lassalle

The Chapter 4 of this book  analyzes the assumptions on which Locke based his Second Treatise and establishes Locke's text as being fundamental for the development of what is called virtuous liberalism.  

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