Saturday, November 17 was held in Valencia the first Congress in commemoration of the World Philosophy Day, promoted by Cultural Space Ithaca, sponsored by Unesco Club Heritage and in collaboration with the International network of Universal Ethics and New Acropolis International Philosophical Organization.Throughout the morning, we had the pleasure of listening to two papers, one in charge of physician and doctor in philosophy, Francisco Verdú, who spoke on Today of Platonic thought. And then another in charge of doctor in philosophy and psychology and Professor at the University Jaume I of Castellón, Pascual Casañ, on the Concepts of God and the universe in Plato.
The afternoon session began with a talk in charge of the President of Unesco Club Heritage, José Osuna, about The seventh letter of Plato and its application at present. José Osuna highlighted the lack of and dissatisfaction as current major diseases, and left US with an interesting phrase: “we must not strive to change the world, just lead by example”.
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