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Talks for secondary students

A morning with Juan Arnau

Imagination Has History


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Imagination has been the object of reflection by thinkers of all times and cultures.

As the philosopher and writer Juan Arnau states, the scientific revolution sought to destroy imagination and reduce the world to what is tangible, yet without imagination it would be impossible to conceive what the world is. Without it, not even history would exist. As for the future, the destiny of the world will depend on how we are able to imagine it.

Moderators: Georgina Rabassó

Participants: Juan Arnau

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