Navegar el infinito mar del pensamiento: una introducción a la filosofía

Philosophy is an infinite sea through which we can navigate. Arisen from doubt and amazement, this discipline shapes us as human beings. This work is an invitation to learn about the great questions that philosophers of all times have asked themselves, from Greek antiquity, through the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the Enlightenment, to the formulation of the postmodern condition. This book addresses the major philosophical trends, as well as the concepts that have flooded philosophical thought. It encourages the reader to know and learn, as it contains didactic suggestions about the history of this task of thinking, which makes it suitable for both adult readers, young high school graduates and for students (academic or not) of philosophy.

Description

Author: Mario Alonso Martínez Cordero

ISBN: 978-607-96638-3-4

Language: Spanish

Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches,184 pages

First Edition: 2019

Paperback:Amazon

 

Epub: Kobo, Amazon, Gandhi

 

About the author

Alonso Martínez Cordero has a degree in Philosophy and Humanities, from the Autonomous University of Nuevo León (UANL), a master’s degree in Philosophy of Religion, from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), and several diplomas such as History and Anthropology of Religions (ENAH), and Transpersonal Psychology (Macuil Institute).He did a research stay in Lyon, France, to study at the Center de recherche sur l’Imaginaire. He has been a professor of philosophy in high school and a lecturer in different conferences with topics on the sacred, shamanism, non-ordinary states of consciousness and dreams. He teaches workshops on Transpersonal Psychology and Dreams. He is currently director of Vía Synapsis, an interdisciplinary group that organizes congresses on “Philosophy and psychoactive substances” within the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the UNAM, and works as a psychotherapist in the civil association Nierika AC, which is dedicated to research academic on psychoactive substances and sacred plants.