Cover-up and truth. Some diagnostic features of today's society

Concealment and truth. Some diagnostic features of today's society
seminar from group Science, Reason and Faith.
Jorge Martín Montoya and José Manuel Giménez Amaya. group Science, Reason and Faith. Pamplona, October 20, 2021.

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Interview with Jorge Martín Montoya
Interview with José Manuel Giménez Amaya
grade in the high school Razón Abierta
Comment in Alfa y Omega

Jorge Martín Montoya Camacho, professor of History of contemporary Philosophy , Ethics and Anthropology at the University of Navarra.
José Manuel Giménez Amaya, Full Professor of Science, Reason and Faith at the University of Navarra and Fellow of the International Society for Science and Religion.
Sergio Sánchez-Migallón, Dean of the Ecclesiastical School Philosophy .
Javier Sánchez Cañizares, director of group Ciencia y Razón (CRYF).

The concealment of important truths is today unleashing destructive consequences for human life at anthropological and ethical levels. This concealment began to take shape at the beginning of modernity, and post-modernity has only further obscured it by deepening this oblivion or confusion. Behind this there seems to be a power game that for some time now has had nothing playful or tentative about it, and much that is cynical and hypnotic. The book Encubrimiento y verdad: algunos rasgos diagnósticos de la sociedad actual seeks tooffer a conceptual framework to unveil this dynamic by talking about what happens to us and what awaits us, as well as what we see, or fail to see. It does not speak only of ideas, nor only of diagnoses of something alien to researcher. It deals with problems for which we are all, to some extent, responsible: philosophers no less than scientists, believers no less than unbelievers.