Texts, articles and reviews with the label: 'language'.

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The danger of post-truth in the post-covid era. Foundations for a current ethical reflection on the value of truth.text

summaryPost-truth is related to fake news in the media, but it also contains charlatanism (according to Harry Frankfurt's term) and emotivism (analyzed by MacIntyre). Its consequences are distrust and ethical fragility.
Author: Jorge Martín Montoya

VideoThe resurgence of Rhetoric and its chiaroscuros

summaryThe rhetoric of the twelfth century, present in political action and in the media, engages with the postulates of the postmodern Philosophy and deconstructivism. The problem is analyzed from a Philosophy that can be called academic, and in reference letter to the truth.
Author: Ginés framework Perles

The age of post-truth, post-veracity and charlatanism

summaryThe current predominance of the dissemination of information through social networks causes biases in the data and the consequent discrediting of public discourse and the promotion of superficial speech , charlatanism.
Author: Martín Montoya.

Video and presentationFrontiers between physics, metaphysics and theology

summary: The advance of science narrows the field of faith explanations. Although the boundaries between scientific and faith explanations yield to science, new questions can be seen behind the latest scientific explanations, which can only be answered from metaphysics or from faith.
Author: Grzegorz P. Karwasz.

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summary: summary on Noam Chomsky and his theories (Chomsky, linguistic scientist and socio-political activist, Chomsky and human nature, the limitations of science, the origin of language) and a possible way out of his naturalism, based on the work of C. S. Lewis (a liberating, rational and complementary proposal , the rise of the spirit, the fall of the spirit).
Author: Marciano Escutia

Intelligence and intentionality 

summary: This article explores the difficulties of approaching the problem of intelligence independently of any intentional consideration. To do so, I first examine three classical interpretations of the concept of the mental in order to show their main shortcomings. goal . Secondly, I argue how an adequate phenomenological analysis of perception is an optimal means of understanding the intentional property. Thirdly and finally, I present some interpretative clues about the existence of information in Nature. All this serves to offer, at summary, a better proposal of basic criteria for the recognition of intelligent beings.
Author: Luis E. Echarte

summary: essay on Steven Pinker, the first part of which was published in the October 2008 issue of
issue 119 of New Journal for the month of October 2008.
Author: Marciano Escutia

Steven Pinker's reasons (II) 

summary: essay on Steven Pinker, the first part of which was published in the October 2008 issue of
issue 119 of New Journal for the month of October 2008.
Author: Marciano Escutia

Russell G. Wilcox presents discussion paper at the University of Navarra

summary summary of Russell G. Wilcox's : consideration of the precepts of Natural Law is necessary to preserve the integrity of the system of human action as a whole. Author: Russell G. Wilcox lecture

Working session on the origin of man

summarySpeeches by Daniel Turbón on paleoanthropology, José Ignacio Murillo on gnoseology, Antonio Pardo on synthetic theory and Luis Echarte on mental phenomena and evolution.