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This book is a long journey through the history of Western thought from ancient Greece to the Anthropocene era, but it is also a critical reflection on the European West and on the mutations that some of the most influential Greek philosophical concepts have experienced. Furthermore, it is a critical dialogue with some contemporary thinkers who have reinterpreted that legacy: Husserl, Heidegger, Arendt, Polanyi, Ricoeur, Foucault, Derrida, Koyré, García Calvo, Latour, etc. This journey unfolds in six different routes: some go from Greece to us and others start from the global era to rethink our Greek heritage from it.

Antonio Campillo:  is a philosopher, sociologist and writer. He has been a professor of Philosophy at the University of Murcia, dean of its Faculty, president of the Spanish Philosophy Network, director of the magazine Daimon, researcher at the Michel Foucault Center in Paris and at the Institute of Philosophy of the CSIC, coordinator of the Forum Citizen of the Region of Murcia and the Philosophical Laboratory on the Pandemic and the Anthropocene, and Sumar candidate for the Senate for Murcia. He has published fifteen books and the latest of them is Greece and Us (2023). 

Presented by: Patricio Hernández Pérez, Cultural Coordinator of the Cartagena City Council


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