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Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes. EL ALEPH. Desde su más temprana edad en India, Osho fue un espíritu rebelde e independiente, retando todas las tradiciones religiosas, sociales y políticas, e insistiendo en experimentar la verdad por sí mismo, en vez de acumular conocimientos y creencias dadas por otros.

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A la edad de veintiún años, el 21 de marzo de 1953, Osho alcanzó la iluminación. Hablando de sí mismo dice: "Ya no estoy buscando nada. La existencia me ha abierto todas sus puertas. Ni siquiera puedo decir que pertenezco a la existencia, porque soy una parte de ella... Cuando una flor florece, yo florezco con ella. Se graduó en filosofía con los más altos honores en la Universidad de Sagar.

En el curso de su vida Osho ha hablado virtualmente sobre todo y cada aspecto del desarrollo de la consciencia humana. No pertenece a ninguna tradición: "Soy el comienzo de una consciencia totalmente nueva", ha dicho. La Biblioteca virtual más grande del mundo. Libros Gratis. Bajar Libros Gratuitos Digitales de Ciencias Sociales Filosofia.

Philosophy. La sociedad del aprendizaje / Cisco. Hacia una sociedad del aprendizaje / John Chambers Presidente y CEO de Cisco Systems, Inc.

La sociedad del aprendizaje / Cisco

Desde hace mucho tiempo, tengo la convicción de que la educación y la tecnología son los dos pilares de la igualdad en la vida. Esta nueva etapa de Internet —con la Web 2.0 y la colaboración— ofrece una visión de lo que se puede hacer. Esa convicción se intensifica en momentos en que la visión comienza a tomar forma al hacer posible la colaboración, eliminar las barreras en todo el mundo y permitir el acceso a la información en cualquier momento y lugar. Philosophers, Culture Critics, and Theorists. Slavoj Zizek. Slavoj Žižek, Ph.D., is a senior researcher at the Institute of Sociology, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, and a visiting professor at a number of American Universities (Columbia, Princeton, New School for Social Research, New York University, University of Michigan).

Slavoj Zizek

Slavoj Žižek recieved his Ph.D. in Philosophy in Ljubljana studying Psychoanalysis. He also studied at the University of Paris. Slavoj Žižek is a cultural critic and philosopher who is internationally known for his innovative interpretations of Jacques Lacan. Slavoj Žižek has been called the ‘Elvis Presley’ of philosophy as well as an 'academic rock star'. He is author of The Indivisible Remainder; The Sublime Object of Ideology; The Metastases of Enjoyment; Looking Awry: Jacques Lacan through Popular Culture; The Plague of Fantasies; and The Ticklish Subject. Slavoj Žižek was born into a family of average wealth, his father Jože Žižek grew up in eastern Slovenia and worked in economics. Ayn Rand Society. Wittgenstein.

Ludwig Wittgenstein. 1.

Ludwig Wittgenstein

Biographical Sketch Wittgenstein was born on April 26, 1889 in Vienna, Austria, to a wealthy industrial family, well-situated in intellectual and cultural Viennese circles. In 1908 he began his studies in aeronautical engineering at Manchester University where his interest in the philosophy of pure mathematics led him to Frege. Upon Frege's advice, in 1911 he went to Cambridge to study with Bertrand Russell. Russell wrote, upon meeting Wittgenstein: “An unknown German appeared … obstinate and perverse, but I think not stupid” (quoted by Monk 1990: 38f). Paul Virilio. Paul Virilio (born 1932) is a French cultural theorist and urbanist.

Paul Virilio

He is best known for his writings about technology as it has developed in relation to speed and power, with diverse references to architecture, the arts, the city and the military. Biography[edit] Since 1998, Virilio is only teaching intensive seminars at European Graduate School.[1] His latest projects involve working with homeless groups in Paris and building the first Museum of the Accident.

Theoretical arguments[edit] The war model[edit] Virilio's predictions about 'logistics of perception' - the use of images and information in war - (in War and Cinema, 1984) were so accurate that during the Gulf War he was invited to discuss his ideas with French military officers. The integral accident[edit] Virilio believes that technology cannot exist without the potential for accidents. Dromology[edit] ‘Dromos’ is the Greek noun for road, but Virilio takes it to mean the activity of race (Virilio 1977:47).

War of movement[edit] Marshall McLuhan. Philosophy for Beginners. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. BIBLIOTECA DE FILOSOFIA - shared folder - almacenamiento y uso compartido de archivos gratis. Wikileaks.