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  • LOGOS ACADEMY
    • From “Sophie’s World” by Jostein Gaarder:
    • How can philosophy, history and communication help connect the past, present and possible future events in the world.
    • By:
    • Ornella Andrade León
    • What are we doing here in this world?
    • What is our purpose of living here?
    • How can we exist?
    • How can everything around us exist?
    • How has communication changed our way to reason?
    • Are we living well in this technological wealth?
    • Do we have spiritual wealth?
    • What will happen to the future generations?
    • Important facts:
    • Was born in Oslo, Norway in 1952.
    • Went To the university of Oslo.
    • Began to write in 1974 after his marriage.
    • Won the Norwegian Literary Critics’ Award and Ministry of Cultural and Scientific Affairs Literary Price.
    • Forme the Sofie Foundation
    • Famous Books:
    • Diagnosen og andre noveller ( The Diagnosis and Other Stories, 1986)
    • Barna fra Sukhavati ( The Children from Sukhavati, 1987)
    • Froskeslottet ( The Frog Castle, 1988)
    • Kabalmysteriet ( The Solitaire Mystery, 1990)
    • Sofies verden ( Sophie's World, 1991)
    Jostein Gaarder
  • Sophie’s World “ A novel about the history of philosophy” Plot: Sophie Amundsen is a girl that is about to turn fifteen years old. she finds in the mail box two questions. Who are you? While Sophie and Alberto Knox are studying philosophy they discover they are ruled by this UN Major, Albert Knag and that they are a present for her daughter’s fifteenth birthday and probably fantasy. Sophie and Alberto decided to return to their own world even though they will not get any older. Hilde was talking with her father and she feels that Sophie is close to her. She reflexes maybe Sophie is with them in other time and space .
    • Settings:
    • Characters:
    • Hilde
    • Sophie
    • Albert Knag
    • Alberto Knox
    • Sophie’s mom
    • Joanna
    • Hermes
    Sophie’s house The Major’s cabin Hilde’s house
  • The History of Philosophy
  • Antiquity Natural Philosophers Socrates Plato Aristotle
  • Late Antiquity Hellenism Indo European Culture Semitic Culture
  • The Middle Ages Saint Augustine Saint Thomas Aquinas
  • Renaissance Francis Bacon Copernicus Kepler Galilei Newton
  • The Baroque Descartes Locke
  • Enlightenment Also known as the Age of Reason Kant Montesquieu, Rosseau and Voltaire
  • Romanticism Hegel Karl Marx Darwin Sigmund Freud
  • On Our Time J.P. Satre Simone de Beauvoir
  • Communication
  • History of Communication The Printing process Ancient ways of communication
  • History of Communication The Telegragh The Telephone
  • History of Communication The Radio The Television
  • History of Communication The Computer The Internet
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Communication
    • Advantages
    • Easy to use
    • Portable
    • Saves time.
    • Artistic and creative.
    • Quality sound
    • Illustrates.
    • Programation.
    • Large groups.
    • Accesible to everyone.
    • E-mail, chat.
    • World wide Communication.
    • For Emergencies.
    • Disadvantages
    • Expensive
    • Junk Mail.
    • Overuse of Worksheets.
    • Long distances are costly.
    • Spams.
    • Steal your Identity.
    • Invasion of Privacy.
    • Technology Addict.
  • Conclusion … we are becoming shallow and destroying our world…
  • Hugh Hefner Albert “Al” Gore
  • Personal Opinion … We have to think about our future generations and how they are going to suffer if we don’t make a balance between ambition and consciousness…