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Homer

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Homer

Icon of classical Greek literature, Homer was an author who deserves to be remembered. And today we show your biography, we hope you like it and enjoy it. Homer biography (8th century BC) Greek poet attributed to the authorship of the Iliad and the Odyssey, the two great epic poems of Ancient Greece. In Hegel’s…

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Jean Piaget

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Jean Piaget

One of the most prominent psychologists in the history of mankind is Jean Piaget, here we tell you everything you need to know about this constructivist Swiss nationality. Biography of Jean Piaget Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 1896-Geneva, 1980 was a psychologist of Swiss origin very attached to Constructivism was responsible for studying the intellectual and cognitive development…

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Simón Bolívar

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Simón Bolívar

If historians were forced to designate the most decisive protagonist of the turbulent processes that, in the first decades of the nineteenth century, led to the emancipation of Latin America, there is no doubt that it would be elected Venezuelan military and statesman Simón Bolívar (1783-1830), righteously honored with the title “Liberator of America”. After…

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Buddha

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Buddha

He knows all about Buddha, who he was and how he came to make an image so revered by many people around the world. Buddha biography Over the centuries, the image of Buddha has been depicted so many times that even in the West his effigy is as familiar as any other artistic object. We…

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Gabriel García Márquez

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Gabriel García Márquez

Born in Aracataca, Colombia in 1927 and died in Mexico City, 2014, was a Colombian novelist, Nobel Prize in Literature in 1982 and one of the greats of universal literature. Gabriel García Márquez was the fundamental figure of the so-called Boom of Latin American literature, an editorial phenomenon that, in the 1960, gave a worldwide…

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Miguel de Cervantes

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Miguel de Cervantes

Don Quixote of La Mancha has been unanimously defined as the top work of universal literature and one of the greatest creations of human ingenuity. Also considered the start of the modern novel and conceived initially by Miguel de Cervantes as a parody of the books of chivalry, the Quixote is an externally comic book…

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Leonardo da Vinci

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Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452 in Vinci, in the valley of the River Arno, Tuscany, territory of the Medici and Republic of Florence. Illegitimate son and firstborn of the notary Piero Fruosino di Antonio da Vinci, and of Caterina, a peasant woman. His baptism took place in the nearby parochial church…

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Salvador Dalí

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Salvador Dalí

(Figueres, Girona, 1904-1989) Spanish painter. While part of the immense prestige and popularity that it enjoyed already in life was due to its bizarre and imposted eccentricities, Salvador Dalí was right to breathe new life into European surrealism until becoming its best known representative; His confusing aesthetic ideas (the so-called paranoid-critical method) were much less…

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Jean-Paul Sartre

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Jean-Paul Sartre

All the information about Jean-Paul Sartre We have in this post. You will not regret entering this web site. Biography of Jean-Paul Sartre (Paris, 1905-ID, 1980) French philosopher and writer. Precocious reader of the French classics, in 1915 he joined the Henri IV Lyceum of Paris and met Paul Nizan, with whom he began a…

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Martin Heidegger

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Martin Heidegger

Here we will show you everything related to Martin Heidegger. Hopefully this information will be very helpful. Biography of Martin Heidegger (Messkirch, Germany, 1889-Todtnauhaberg, current Germany, 1976) German philosopher. A disciple of Edmund Husserl, his undeniable pretreatment within Continental philosophy has always been marked by controversy, especially that of his adherence to the National Socialist…

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