‘Consciousness, Freedom and Alienation’
Far from beginning with natural disasters, the twenty first century has brought…
Far from beginning with natural disasters, the twenty first century has brought another revolution; of thought and its relation to consciousness. History as a science is no longer the experience drawn from the past and recreated, but an experience that is not ours. Similarly, for man the past occurs just the same and the future is no longer a great concern.
This is about experimenting with the present, of taking on the challenge of dealing with the affliction of scientific technology that concerns the world today and that disregards all that is arts and humanities, even at political and governmental levels.
In order to overcome this reality and look at this from another perspective, it is necessary to follow a program of deep reflection that addresses the most important questions of the self: conscience, the subconscious, and death.
- Title: “Consciousness, Freedom and Alienation”
- Author: Fabricio de Potestad Menéndez and Ana- Isabel Zuazu Castellano
- ISBN: 978-84-330-2150-2
- Pages: 282
- Publisher: Desclée de Brouwer, 2007
- Category: Psychology Library of Desclée de Brouwer
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