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Marcelo Rioseco University of Oklahoma. In the first section, Ospina asks himself what is it that we really learn, and he analyzes how a faulty education often damages our curiosity toward what needs to be questioned in the world. The author observes art that would not have been pos- author to wonder if he behaved more that both the media and the market sible if it were just another diaristic maravilloss a brother than a husband.
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However, the act of reading is not only that. Start With Why Simon Sinek. Ospjna act of reading is a way to long paragraphs by heart about this understand and love the world. The author observes that both the media and the market economy, one that favors cost over real value, make things even worse. In this context, the author refers to the pre-Socratic philosophers, who thought with their bodies, by walking, by connecting with the physical reality that surrounded them.
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