We interviewed the winners of the IV and V edition of the Expanded Reason Awards.
In the context of the Expanded Reason Conference “The human being in contemporary science” that took place last May, we interviewed the winners of the IV and V edition who ... Leer más
Expanded Reason Conference- Round Table: “Education: a path towards meaning”.
Linkedin Education: a path to meaning John Slattery, Jennifer Wiseman and Curtis Baxter. Members of the Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion Program of the American Association for the Advancement ... Leer más
Expanded Reason Conference- Round Table: “The wonder of the world through quantum physics and ecology”.
Michael Taylor. Founding member of the International Institute “Laudato Si” of Granada and former adjunct professor at the Edith Stein Institute of Philosophy (Archdiocese of Granada, Spain). Visiting Professor at ... Leer más
Expanded Reason Conference- Round Table: “Are we physically and psychologically determined?”
Paul Vitz. Senior Scholar, Professor, Institute of Psychological Sciences, Divine Mercy University and winner of the 4th Edition of the Expanded Reason Awards with Catholic Christian Meta-Model of the Person: ... Leer más
Expanded Reason Conference- Round Table: “Biology and biotechnology at the service of the human question”.
Maureen Condic. Assistant Professor of Neurobiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine, with an adjunct appointment in the Department of Pediatrics and winner of the 4th Annual Expanded ... Leer más
This is what the Expanded Reason Conference “The human being in contemporary science” was like.
María Lacalle, director of the Expanded Reason Institute, was in charge of inaugurating the Congress in its fifth edition under the title “The human being in contemporary science“. During her ... Leer más
Pablo L. Raso: Art is an unforgettable experience that transforms and improves human beings
Art is not meant to be a self-referential discipline, but rather to be able to transform the artist’s own life and take him or her to another place with its ... Leer más
Expanded Questions – Ester Pascual: “When the victim sees that the person who hurt them is truly sorry and is suffering for it, they regain confidence in human beings”
Linkedin [Transcript of interview] -Welcome to Expanded Questions. Today we are going to talk about Expanded Reason in a specific case and in a specific degree, in Criminology. Throughout history ... Leer más
Guillermo García, musical director: “The score is a tip of an iceberg that I go over in reverse to ask myself what the composer felt”
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE TRAILER “I find it hard to understand that not everyone is dedicated to classical music” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebZbwQt90hE&t=3s Classical music has endured through the centuries because of ... Leer más
Expanded Questions – Emilio Delgado: “The important questions in architecture are those that have to do with life, with everyday life”
[Transcript of the interview] -Today we are going to talk about a discipline that is part of the structure and the way we organise our lives, which is Architecture, and ... Leer más
Leopoldo Prieto: “There is no room for conflict between science and faith due to their epistemological diversity”
Expanded Reasoning Horizons Cycle The pandemic and its consequences: A question of numbers? Dialogue on science and philosophy, avoiding reductionism in order to understand reality Leopoldo José Prieto López, professor ... Leer más
Giovanni Collamati, professor of History at CEU San Pablo University: “Dante educates the reader with a language that seeks the truth and the ultimate purpose of man”.
GO BACK TO HOME PAGE https://youtu.be/DiWtg-RqhPY The influence of Dante Alighieri reaches our days through fields as different as history, politics and literature, but at the same time so unified ... Leer más
Javier Aranguren about Dorothy Sayers’ book: “Learning to learn is to provide students with habits that make them capable of thinking on their own”
GO BACK TO HOME PAGE Listen to the full interview here: https://razonabierta.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Entrevista-a-J-Aranguren-sobre-Dorothy-Sayers.mp3 A recent article in the cultural analysis website “Nueva Revista” leads us to the essay “The lost tools ... Leer más
Verónica Fernández, professor at UFV: “We must overcome the conflict between science and faith, a conflict that only fragments the person”.
GO BACK TO HOME PAGE The seminar Dialogue between Faith and Science in Education, now in its second year, is getting off to a strong start this year with a ... Leer más
Alicia Hernando, researcher at ICS of the University of Navarra: “Medicine must take into account all the dimensions of the human being, not only the physical”.
GO TO HOME PAGE THE QUESTION OF BEING IN PALLIATIVE CARE The philologist and professor at the University of Navarra, Alicia Hernando, has published an interesting article on the importance ... Leer más