El aro y la trama: Episteme, Modernidad y Pueblo
Episteme, from the Greek, is the concept that gives shape to the way in which we think and perceive things. Moreno holds that people can best find meaning in community rather than in isolation. He believes that relationships among people within community are what shape their lives and ways of thinking. The author takes us on a journey through different periods of the history of philosophy and Western society up to the present, in order to provide a clearer understanding of the values that emerge from relationships in contemporary life. For Moreno, these communal relationships can offer support to people as they confront the increasing difficulties that are prevalent in our post-modern world.
Alejandro Moreno is a psychologist, philosopher, theologian, and a Doctor of Social Sciences. A Salesian originally from Spain, he is presently the director of the Popular Research Center devoted to the study of life in the popular world. He is a professor at the Andres Bello Catholic University and the Carabobo University in Venezuela and is frequently invited to teach courses and seminars in European universities. He has authored many books and is frequently requested as a speaker because of his numerous valuable contributions to the social sciences, philosophy and ethics in the Latin American context.
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