Vídeos: Las razones del corazón
"The reasons of the heart: educating to love".
Jaime Nubiola: "Intellectual freedom: thinking, living, loving".
Jaime Nubiola: Professor of Philosophy at the University of Navarra. He is director of the magazine yearbook Filosófico and partner on current affairs in La Gaceta de los Negocios (Madrid) and in EL SIGLO de Tucumán. He is currently Vice-President of the Charles S. Peirce Society.
Fernando Sarráis: "What reason does not understand: affective imbalances".
Fernando Sarráis, graduate in Medicine and Surgery from the University of the Basque Country. PhD in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Navarra. graduate in Psychology from the Universidad Nacional de Education a Distancia (UNED). Professor of Psychopathology and Personality Psychology at the University of Navarra.
María Calatrava: "Towards the maturity of affectivity".
María Calatrava: PCEO Degree in Physical Activity and Sport Sciences / diploma program in Teaching (University of Almería). PhD from the University of Navarra. Researcher at the University of Navarra.
Carlos Beltramo: "Education of sexuality and submission of the person".
Carlos Beltramo: graduate in Philosophy by UPAEP (Mexico) and PhD in Education by the University of Navarra. He is coordinator of the area Education of character and affectivity within the project Education of Affectivity and Human Sexuality of the Institute for Culture and Society (ICS), at the University of Navarra.
Tomás Trigo: "In the heart of God".
Tomás Trigo: licentiate degree in History and Geography at the University of Valladolid. Doctor in Philosophy and in Theology at the Pontificia Università della Santa Croce (Rome). He was ordained priest by John Paul II in 1987. His themes of research are the relationship between the natural law and the law of Christ, and the virtues. He is professor of Moral Theology at the University of Navarra and author of numerous publications.
Vídeos: Evolución y especificidad humana
"Evolution and human specificity".
Santiago Collado: "Evolution and human specificity". Intellectual Challenges
Santiago Collado, graduate in Physics and PhD in Philosophy. Professor of Philosophy of Nature at the University of Navarra, and researcher at group of research Science, Reason and Faith (CRYF).
Rubén Herce: "Evolution and human specificity". Didactic challenges
Rubén Herce, Electronic and Industrial Engineer and PhD in Philosophy. Professor of Ethics and Philosophy of Science at the University of Navarra, and researcher at group of research Science, Reason and Faith (CRYF).
Javier Bernacer: "Peculiarity of the human brain versus the animal brain".
Javier Bernácer, graduate in Biology and Biochemistry . D. in Neurosciences and Master's Degree at Philosophy. Professor of the School of Education and Psychology of the University of Navarra, and researcher in the group Mind-Brain of Institute for Culture and Society (ICS).
Vídeos: Otras conferencias
The alternative to the virtual world, a reflection on "The Social Dilemma".
The researcher Javier García-Manglano, from the Institute for Culture and Society of the University of Navarra, proposes a reflection on the documentary 'The Social Dilemma'. In less than two minutes, he proposes an alternative to the virtual world.
Informative video of the University of Navarra on the adolescent brain
Why is adolescence in boys and girls different? Why doesn't it affect boys and girls equally? What is genetic and universal?
Rafael García Pérez . "Politics and religion in Islam". ISCR
lecture by Rafael García Pérez, professor of History of Law in the School of Law of the University of Navarra and partner of the project 'Religion and Civil Society' of the Institute for Culture and Society, in the XII Course of update of the ISCR-University of Navarra "Current Theological and Pedagogical Issues".
Vídeos: Oferta académica
Diploma online at Philosophy, science and religion
The high school Higher School of Religious Sciences (ISCR) of the University of Navarra offers the online Diploma Philosophy , Science and Religion. It is aimed at professionals, both in the scientific and humanistic fields, teachers and those interested in delving deeper into the great questions posed by science and Philosophy, the profound vision of the world and the ultimate meaning of the human being.
Diploma Moral Theology online
The high school Superior de Ciencias Religiosas (ISCR) of the University of Navarra has launched the 'Diploma online de Teología Moral'. It is aimed at all those interested in studying the foundations of Moral Theology and the way to face the concrete problems of the person; in acquiring a scientific, argued and practical knowledge of Christian morality, according to the teachings of the Catholic Church.
Diploma Pedagogy of Faith online
The high school Superior of Religious Sciences (ISCR) of the University of Navarra has launched the 'Diploma online de Pedagogía de la fe' with the aim of offering training in the Education and transmission of the faith. This programme is aimed at teachers, catechists, parents, final, professionals in any field, who are interested in a Christian training .
The University of Navarra's Bible, now digital
The digital edition of the Bible of the University of Navarra brings together, in a publication designed to be consulted on mobile devices, the five volumes of the Holy Bible published by the School of Theology of Navarra and EUNSA in successive editions from 1976 to 2004.
Diploma online Theology
The high school Higher School of Religious Sciences (ISCR) of the University of Navarra offers the Diploma online course in Theology. It is aimed at anyone interested in acquiring a scientific knowledge of the fundamental truths of the Christian faith following the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.
Diploma online Biblical Theology
The high school Higher School of Religious Sciences (ISCR) of the University of Navarra offers the online Diploma in Biblical Theology. It allows you to delve into the knowledge of the Sacred Scripture from a scientific, theological and spiritual perspective. It is aimed at anyone interested in learning more about the Bible, broadening their knowledge or specialising. It may be of particular interest to catechists, educators and pastoral workers.