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FERNANDO DE CÓRDOBA, UN SABIO DEL SIGLO XV

José Morales

A los que desde siempre nos ha gustado caminar por la sierra de Córdoba, recorrer sus viejos
senderos, no hay mayor placer que descubrir un nuevo paisaje a la vuelta del camino, una nueva
vista que contribuya a realzar el maravillo entorno natural que rodea nuestra ciudad.
Un tanto igual sucede cuando, leyendo aquí y allá, […]

By |November 28th, 2019|Articles and Publications|0 Comments

Necrópolis de Trayamar en Algarrobo- Málaga

Visita realizada por herméticos de Málaga y Granada

Al oeste del río Algarrobo y hacia el norte de la vega se haya una loma aplanada, que continúa dominada por una colina mayor. En esta zona está enclavada la finca Trayamar, en la localidad malagueña Algarrobo. Allí se encuentra la necrópolis de Trayamar de origen fenicio, […]

By |November 28th, 2019|Articles and Publications|0 Comments

THE RECONSTRUCTION OF A SYMBOL

THE RECONSTRUCTION OF A SYMBOL

Manuel Ruiz Torres

When the roof of Nôtre Dame, built by Viollet-Le-Duc in the middle of the 19th century, burned down on April 15, the door opened to a passionate and exciting scenario: the reconstruction of a first-order element of culture from France and the rest of Western Europe. The […]

By |September 20th, 2019|Articles and Publications|0 Comments

A BRIEF SYMBOLISM OF NÔTRE DAME IN PARIS

 

Synthesis done by Rosa Castillo and extracted from “Alchemy and the symbolism of the cathedrals” (1990). Editorial NA, Valencia.60pp.

All the cathedrals in France were dedicated to Nôtre Dame. The Virgin was introduced due to the the devotion that it was prosecuted for the people in the XII century: she evokes the sovereignty, the victory […]

By |September 20th, 2019|Articles and Publications|0 Comments

NÔTRE DAME DE PARÍS: THEOLOGY OF LIGHT OR THE METAPHYSICS OF GOTHIC CATHEDRAL

Fernando Schwarz

“Through the sensitive beauty the Soul rises to true beauty, and from the Earth where she lay reborn in heaven through the light of her splendors.” Abbot Suger

Traditionally the period from 1130 to 1280 is called the “century of the cathedrals” in which more than 80 cathedrals were built in France.This new art […]

By |September 20th, 2019|Articles and Publications|0 Comments

THE TEOTIHUACAN LAND OF THE DEAD: THE COSMOS UNDER THE EARTH

Tania Zaldívar (Honduras)

Teotihuacan was one of the most important cities in the Mesoamerican territory. Its name is from nahuatl origin “a place where men become gods” or “a place where they were made gods; city of gods”. The first settlements are dated at about the year 100 before Christ and the first urban buildings […]

By |September 19th, 2019|Articles and Publications|0 Comments

THE IMAGINATIVE BRAIN THEORY

A new theory to explain how the spirit borns according to cognitive antropology

Fernando Schwarz (Director Internacional Instituto Hermes)

Culture as engine of evolution.

Since the 80`s theories about the coevolution of nature/culture have borned.

These models assume that the emergence of human skills (language, social intelligence, technique) arise from a dynamic interaction between the brain and its […]

By |September 19th, 2019|Articles and Publications|0 Comments

Excavación en la Villa Romana de Salar- Granada

Es indudable que las diferentes actuaciones en la excavación de la Villa Romana de Salar, en 2019 se realizó la 4ª campaña, van consolidando la idea de que se trata de una zona de máximo interés. Se reconoce una villa en donde ha sido hallado, entre otros, un mosaico monumental, con escenas de caza […]

By |September 18th, 2019|News|0 Comments

SCIENTIFIC NEWS

Wickers for a new paradig

The philosopher of science Thomas Kuhn adopted the word paradigm ((Thomas Kuhn (1972). La estructura de las revoluciones científicas. )) to refer to the set of knowledge and practices that define a normal science for a given time. To put it simply, the paradigm of a science delimits the limits […]

By |May 28th, 2019|Articles and Publications|0 Comments

The rider anguipedo

Isabelle Ohmann
During our Hermes working weekend in the east of France, we discovered a curious statue, the Anguiped Rider, in the? Strasbourg Museum, and, not far from there, at Grandfontaine.

A widespread class of statuary

We observed the presence in North-Eeast Gaul, in Burgundy and particularly between the
Meuse and Rhine, of a great number of these […]

By |May 26th, 2019|Articles and Publications|0 Comments