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The reception of Jesús Moncada’s work at the beginning of his literary career was determined by the debate between «rural novel» and «urban novel», up to the point of directing its reading towards an elegiac dimension, at the expense of other distinctive traits of greater importance. [...]

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Since its origins the man has always sought ways to enhance their cognitive abilities: memory, learning, understanding, preservation and dissemination of information. And it has used many different media and tools to represent the information in them. Cognitive artifacts are all those [...]

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The consolidation of cyberjournalism as a new form of journalistic production in recent years brought about the need to evaluate the quality of newspapers and magazines produced for the Web. Using the same concepts and analytic tools developed for the traditional press in the evaluation [...]

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El descubrimiento reciente del archivo fotográfico de Vivian Maier, de más de 150, 000 imágenes de Nueva York y Chicago de los años cincuenta, sesenta y setenta del siglo xx, nos descubre la vida callejera de la modernidad norteamericana. Este Atlas inmenso que nos legó una mujer [...]

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El siguiente ensayo inicia reconstruyendo el relato de los últimos días de la vida de Walter Benjamin, en el contexto histórico de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, y la existencia de un misterioso manuscrito perdido en su frustrada huida por la frontera franco-española en 1940, en la [...]

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This paper uses neuroscientific concepts to show an evolution of Segismundo in La vida es sueño in more dimensions than the social or individual ones, linking it to our species' own history in the way he uses the different attributes he confers to his character during [...]

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Through practical experience, virtues can be turned into second nature. While intellectual knowledge can be acquired through instruction, moral virtues can not be gained without practical experience. Philosophically, this is proven by Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Ignatius [...]

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Since the last century, we have witnessed a steady evolution of advertising techniques in an effort to adapt to the new social context in the market. As a strategic resource, Neuroscience brings a new perspective by allowing you to explore those difficult or verbally unconscious motives [...]

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This article analyses the portrayal of education in European cinema from the perspective of systems of education and the behaviour of teachers and pupils in the classroom. Since its very beginnings, cinema has played a significant role in forming the collective European memory, and [...]