The Leonardo Polo Institute of Philosophy is happy to announce the publication of the third issue of its Journal of Polian Studies. The Journal, which is published in English, seeks to encourage scientific cooperation and communication between researchers and academics concerning important themes of anthropology, metaphysics, and theory of knowledge. It focuses on and is inspired by Leonardo Polo’s profound, wide-ranging and original philosophical proposals.
Copies of the third issue of the Journal can be purchased here.
TRANSLATION On the Origin of Man: Hominization and Humanization by Leonardo Polo
ARTICLES Man as Dualizing Being: The Remote Anthropological Basis of Economic Activity (II) by J. I. Falgueras Salinas & I. Falgueras Sorauren (University of Malaga)
Habitual Knowledge of God by Marga Vega (University of Berkeley)
The Knowledge of Being by Ana Isabel Moscoso (University of the Hemispheres)
Coexistence and Family Character of the Person by Blanca Castilla de Cortázar (Royal Academy of Doctors, Spain)
Beyond Aim, Competency, and Habit: A Brief Critical Analysis of the Purposes of Education from the Perspective of Leonardo Polo’s Anthropology by Elda Millán Ghisleri (Villanueva University, Madrid) & Consuelo Martínez Priego (Panamerican University)
CONFERENCES & NOTES An Introduction to Polo and Llano’s Anthropology of Leading by Gustavo González Couture (University of Los Andes)
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