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Hallucinations are a form of the human imagination that is generated by an utterly
complex cognitive process, being paradoxically a (rich or poor) spring of progress
(science, technology, art). Imagination is thus susceptible of belonging to the domain
of either creativity or psychopathology,...
Death and dying are seen, for a start, in a large cultural and philosophical context.
Dying is then singled out, with special references to suicide which gets a fastidious
contextualization, cultural and philosophical as well. The emphasis finally rests on
artistic creativity, with a view to...
In outstandingly “modern” terms, Don Quixote is regarded as one of the best-selling
novels of all times. At first sight, there seems to be a classical relationship between
the master and his servant, one which has not suffered great shifts from its initial
implications in the Middle Ages. The...
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