Human relations and fraternal societies (Sao Leopoldo, RS, Brazil)

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Open class on “human relations and more fraternal societies” by Professor Barbara Klimiuk Sinigaglia, around the need for the human being to have a very sincere relationship with himself. “The human being has tried to understand himself and his environment through the mind. Each of us is an interpreter of reality,” observed Barbara, remembering the philosopher Kant, who stated that no human being can see absolute reality. Each individual possesses his inner experience that makes him unique in the world, however, we can be open and learn from the other who also has his own perspective of reality.

“If I don’t recognize myself, I don’t have a clear idea of what I want and what my place in society is, I automatically start fighting the other who brings different perspectives.” “We have to educate the human being so that we can express ourselves in an integral way” said Barbara among other things.

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