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Los sueños en el pensamiento homérico

Los sueños en el pensamiento homérico | Humanidades | Scoop.it
En las obras de Homero, La Ilíada y La Odisea, hay un tema que no tenemos que dejar pasar por alto: los sueños. Por eso, vamos a analizar los tipos de sueños que se dan y sus características genera...

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Livro (pdf) sobre estratégias de promoção da leitura (castelhano)


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Alexander Jones and John Steele. "A New Discovery of a Component of Greek Astrology in Babylonian Tablets: The “Terms”." ISAW Papers 1 (2011).

Alexander Jones and John Steele. "A New Discovery of a Component of Greek Astrology in Babylonian Tablets: The “Terms”." ISAW Papers 1 (2011). | Humanidades | Scoop.it

Two cuneiform astrological tablets in the British Museum provide the first evidence for Babylonian knowledge of the so-called "doctrine of the Terms" of Greco-Roman astrology (BM 36326 and BM 36628+36817+37197). Greek, Latin, and Egyptian astrological sources for the various systems of Terms and their origin are reviewed, followed by preliminary editions and translations of the relevant sections of the tablets. The system of Terms is shown to be so far the most technically complex component of Greek astrology to originate in Babylonia. Over the course of the Hellenistic period an Egyptian origin was ascribed to the systems of Terms as it was combined with components of Greek horoscopic astrology. By Ptolemy's day, this spurious history had largely displaced the true.


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(EN) - Glossary of Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Terminology | ispe.org

(EN) - Glossary of Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Terminology | ispe.org | Humanidades | Scoop.it

"The ISPE Glossary of Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Terminology is the result of many years of gathering material from sources such as scientific journals, industrial magazines, professional organizations, the world wide web, industry seminars, company guides, vendor and manufacturer information, national and international codes, and diverse individuals. This compilation of abbreviations, acronyms, and terminology is a reference for engineers, designers, technicians, owners, contractors, and others in the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industries. It includes terms used in water treatment, welding, metallurgy, medicine, biology, chemistry, computer technology, manufacturing processes, HVAC, etc."


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FCT — Resultados da Avaliação das Unidades de Investigação

A Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia é a entidade governamental portuguesa responsável pelo financiamento e avaliação do sistema científico e tecnológico. Avaliação de Unidades de I&D 2013.

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FCSH/NOVA's curator insight, December 23, 2014 4:02 AM

Foram divulgados ontem os resultados finais da avaliação das Unidades de Investigação.

 

Este será o financiamento atribuído ao projeto estratégico das UIs portuguesas para os próximos 6 anos (2015-2020).

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George Steiner, a certain idea of knowledge

George Steiner, a certain idea of knowledge | Humanidades | Scoop.it

Literature, philosophy, science: today, our tools for understanding the world are developing separately, regrets the renowned intellectual and humanist. However, culture remains a saving grace, particularly in Europe.

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Entrevista | George Steiner, um certo conceito de conhecimento (Télérama, Paris)

Entrevista | George Steiner, um certo conceito de conhecimento (Télérama, Paris) | Humanidades | Scoop.it
Literatura, filosofia, ciência: hoje, as nossas ferramentas para compreender o mundo desenvolvem-se separadamente, lamenta o intelectual e humanista. No entanto, a cultura é o que nos salva, especialmente na Europa.

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George Steiner, a certain idea of knowledge

George Steiner, a certain idea of knowledge | Humanidades | Scoop.it

Literature, philosophy, science: today, our tools for understanding the world are developing separately, regrets the renowned intellectual and humanist. However, culture remains a saving grace, particularly in Europe.

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Augusto, ¿héroe o villano?

Augusto, ¿héroe o villano? | Humanidades | Scoop.it
El 19 de agosto del año 14 d.C. murió Cayo Julio César Octaviano, el hombre que, al fingir que revitalizaba la República romana, la había herido de muerte y había dado paso a un sistema completamente nuevo: el Imperio.

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Scientists reveal ancient texts in medieval manuscripts - Medievalists.net

Scientists reveal ancient texts in medieval manuscripts - Medievalists.net | Humanidades | Scoop.it
Using cutting-edge technology, European scientists have uncovered new fragments by Euripides and an unknown ancient commentary on Aristotle.

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La Religión en la antigua Grecia

La Religión en la antigua Grecia | Humanidades | Scoop.it
Os dejo un interesante video sobre la gran influencia que tuvo la religión en la sociedad griega. En este video aborda temas que hemos desarrollado en el blog, por ejemplo, los misterios de Eleusis...

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Ancient Statues Pose for Selfies

Ancient Statues Pose for Selfies | Humanidades | Scoop.it
It’s one thing to take a #museumselfie with a work of art, as if to say, “yes, I was here with this artwork” or “yes, here is my reflection in the surface of this piece.” It’s another thing to make...

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Ancient Greek Language Said to Reprogram The Brain | GreekReporter.com

Ancient Greek Language Said to Reprogram The Brain | GreekReporter.com | Humanidades | Scoop.it
Greek and foreign scientists have shown that Ancient Greek is a therapeutic language, as it is said to posses the ability to cure many disorders, as dyslexia.

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Parigi. Riapre dopo 3 anni il Museo Rodin

Parigi. Riapre dopo 3 anni il Museo Rodin | Humanidades | Scoop.it

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O senhor do pensamento - Google

O senhor do pensamento - Google | Humanidades | Scoop.it

Em seus 15 anos de vida, o Google instilou em nós a sensação de que nada que não possa ser acessado importa, abrindo caminho para computadorizar nossa inteligência emocional.

 

A mudança mais profunda causada pelo Google é uma que talvez seja igualmente inevitável, mas da qual nunca se falou. Em vez de cumprir a promessa da vida moderna de domínio e controle do mundo que nos cerca, o Google nos dá a ilusão desse domínio e controle, apesar de o mundo ter se tornado mais incontrolável e caótico.

Nós um dia esperamos que a ciência, como expressou Francis Bacon sadicamente, “extraísse por tortura os segredos da natureza”. A ciência representava disciplina, a cultura, liberdade. Assim como escreveu Schopenhauer que a música consistia de desejo, realização do desejo, e renovação do desejo, a cultura consistia de curiosidade, satisfação da curiosidade e ressurgimento da curiosidade. A ciência tinha o mundo sob controle; a cultura, quanto mais nos ensinava sobre o mundo, mais mostrava seu mistério.

Ao implodir o conhecimento em informação e fazer da informação uma ferramenta para controlar o mundo, o Google nos roubou a capacidade da cultura de nos encantar. O poderoso “mecanismo de busca” nos permite clicar em “Ilíada de Homero” e receber instantaneamente milhares de referências a ela – e, de algum modo, essa transfiguração do livro em ferramenta rouba sua mística. Ainda podemos lê-lo, é claro, e o fazemos. Mas a próxima geração poderá se contentar com as referências, e com o espetáculo de uma referência se ligando a outra, e com a conversa subsequente que isso cria. A “aura sagrada do livro”, como Walter Benjamin descreveu a autoridade de uma obra de arte, terá sido esmagada numa poeira de interminável interconectividade superficial. 


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ISIS destruye estatuas del siglo IX AC en un museo de Irak

ISIS destruye estatuas del siglo IX AC en un museo de Irak | Humanidades | Scoop.it
Los yihadistas eliminan ejemplos de arte asirio de valor incalculable

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EuroTermBank Terminology Search

EuroTermBank Terminology Search | Humanidades | Scoop.it

Access EuroTermBank from Where You Work

One-click access to EuroTermBank terms from your everyday software – Microsoft Word.

EuroTermBank Add-in for Microsoft Word
Identify and explore terms from your text by using EuroTermBank add-in in the EuroTermBank Terminology pane of Microsoft Word.

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The Humanities Keep Us Human

The Humanities Keep Us Human | Humanidades | Scoop.it
Even as society rushes to embrace STEM, schools must emphasize the critical importance of also teaching the humanities, Fred Zilian writes.

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A Don’s Life: Lego Pompeii

A Don’s Life: Lego Pompeii | Humanidades | Scoop.it
This is exactly what it sounds: a model of Pompeii made out of 190,000 pieces of Lego, which took almost 500 hours to build. It's the third of the Nicholson Museum's Lego models (they've already done the Colosseum and the Acropolis), but this is the biggest yet and will be on show until the end of 2015.

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Interview with George Steiner On the Art of Criticism

Interview with George Steiner On the Art of Criticism | Humanidades | Scoop.it
The Paris Review is a literary magazine featuring original writing, art, and in-depth interviews with famous writers. (Lazy literary Sunday?

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A Premonition of the Digital Humanities, Fifty Years Ago?

A Premonition of the Digital Humanities, Fifty Years Ago? | Humanidades | Scoop.it
In 1964, the great science fiction writer Stanisław Lem published his philosophical magnum opus Summa Technologiae. But it wasn’t translated into English (from Polish) until two years ago. Lem’s book is an exhilarating take on the future of humanity.

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40 maps that explain the Roman Empire

40 maps that explain the Roman Empire | Humanidades | Scoop.it
2000 years ago today, the Roman Emperor Augustus died. His reign marked the start of a 200-year period of peace and prosperity for the empire.

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Kierkegaard's 'Antigone'

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The Danish philosopher’s revisionist take on an ancient Greek tragedy grappled with the way acts of love, guilt and redemption are intertwined.

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Famous People who studied Latin | Latin Language Blog

Famous People who studied Latin | Latin Language Blog | Humanidades | Scoop.it
From Coldplay to J.K Rowling to Nobel Prize Winners to WWE wrestlers. You will never guess who made the list!

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Vivat Latinitas!  On my summer vacation, I spoke a dead language.

Vivat Latinitas!  On my summer vacation, I spoke a dead language. | Humanidades | Scoop.it
At the beginning of the last century, A.E. Housman, that cantankerous giant of classical scholarship, was already complaining about "an age which is out of touch with Latinity." Around that time, philistines were excising classics from the popular curriculum, and the subsequent 100 years have hardly improved Latin's apparent relevance...

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