Freedom in Quarantine

Can quarantine be a time for personal growth?
Get insight into the wisdom of ages to treasure the true freedom no pandemic can take away from you.

The pandemic confronts us with big questions about ourselves and our society. Can philosophy offer enlightenment? This book gives insight into the wisdom of ages on being a free human being. It proposes a way to integrate some of the best insights from European philosophy to understand ourselves and those around us more deeply. In this way we can appreciate the good in each other and find ways to sustainable personal growth.

In the Spanish-speaking world the philosopher Leonardo Polo is regarded as an expert in the field of philosophical anthropology, which contains the philosophical study of freedom. His “lo radical y la libertad” (root and freedom) is an impressive short summary of the main points in the European thought tradition on the human being and freedom. His work has inspired many students and will open new horizons for you. Students commented that “it was the single most inspiring text” during their studies.

In “Freedom in Quarantine”, Daniel Bernardus will introduce the most important points of “lo radical y la libertad”, before you can dive into Polo's original text. In this way you’ll get an inspiring overview of the most important insights on being a free human being in European thought. 

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Trusting relationships are key to economics and life: a student wants to win a prestigious business contest with this insight, but must first prevent her team from falling apart.

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