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  1. Cuerpo y creaciÓn en Miguel Ángel.Rafael Argullol - 2003 - Humanitas 1 (4):323-328.
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    Eros de la mémoire.Rafael Argullol - 2003 - Diogène 201 (1):53.
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    Que reste-t-il de l'ange?Rafael Argullol - 2006 - Diogène 215 (3):86.
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    Rafales à propos d'un siècle.Rafael Argullol - 2002 - Diogène 197 (1):125.
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    Utopie-Poésie Résister au Fracas.Rafael Argullol - 2005 - Diogène 209 (1):134.
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    Vers un humanisme polycentrique.Rafael Argullol - 2004 - Diogène 206 (2):151.
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  7. Palabra y Ficción: Literatura y Pensamiento En Tiempo de Crisis Cultural.Joaquín Esteban Ortega & Rafael Argullol (eds.) - 2011 - Universidad Europea Miguel de Cervantes.
    Las preguntas que animan el presente libro se ven atravesadas por el espíritu del tiempo de incertidumbre en el que nos encontramos, pero de manera especial por la incertidumbre misma, ajena a cualquier tiempo, encarnada en ese vínculo que ha establecido desde siempre la filosofía con la literatura. ¿Cuáles siguen siendo hoy día estas relaciones de la literatura con la filosofía? ¿De qué manera se gana o se pierde fuerza semántica con la desaparición de fronteras disciplinares precisas?Estas son algunas cuestiones (...)
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    Flashes of a Century: A Breviary of Images.Rafael Argullol - 2003 - Diogenes 50 (1):105-112.
    The 20th century bears witness to the extent to which the potential scale of destruction is proportional to the dimensions of human knowledge. Simultaneously, an ethical disarray grows prevalent within a civilization obliged to do away with the hopes and ideals of the Enlightenment. Continuous entertainment is replacing models capable of nourishing the leisure of human thought and learning. We are threatened with ‘the loss of the different perspectives of human memory’, which can but ‘facilitate the repetition of past mistakes’.
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    The Eros of Memory.Rafael Argullol - 2004 - Diogenes 51 (1):49-53.
    The author considers the tension and contradiction between memory and consciousness. Memory brings to the surface the critical peaks of our lives and weaves them into the present, but in a seemingly arbitrary way that the author describes as the ‘instinct of consciousness’; memory constructs a secret story, a personal ‘golden age’, of our lives that diverges from the official story we try to legitimize, not only to the external world but also in our own personal world. This secret story (...)
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    Seven Arguments in Defence of Poetry: Resisting the Madding Noise.Rafael Argullol - 2006 - Diogenes 53 (1):117-121.
    Poetry is essentially connected with silence and may be thought of in that sense as a sort of resistance against the din of the present or rebellion against the commonplace. Alert for the primal sound that travels across cultures, it attempts to express the inexpressible. For poetry is the interplay of possibilities. In treating possibilities lightly, it encourages human beings to inhabit their world differently.
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    Towards a Polycentric Humanism.Rafael Argullol - 2005 - Diogenes 52 (2):123-126.
    Western tradition has always been fundamentally anthropocentric. With the scientific mind, modern humans have achieved a sort of colonization of the rest of nature, where only their own benefit makes any sense. This conception has been in a period of crisis since the second half of the 20th century, particularly the final third, and we are witnessing the toppling of some of the ontological principles that made western humanity. Greek philosophy, the Judeo-Christian tradition, the Renaissance, these are the three great (...)
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    What is Left of the Angel?Rafael Argullol - 2007 - Diogenes 54 (3):77-79.
    The author raises the problem of the presence of terror in contemporary life. He analyzes the continuous dynamic between fear, terror and hopes of peace in contemporary societies. Dignity appears as a blueprint of the ubiquitous presence of terror and fear.
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