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Francesc Torralba Rosello

15/03/2012 20:01

Francesc Torralba Rosello

Francesc Torralba Rosello

(Barcelona, 1967) Francesc Torralba holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Barcelona (1992) and doctorate in theology from the Faculty of Theology of Catalonia (1997).
Currently he is professor of philosophy at the Ramon Llull University of Barcelona, teacher of the Foundation Blanquerna-URL and consultant of the Pontifical Council for Culture.

He has written more than seventy essays and has received various awards and recognitions for his work.

http://francesctorralba.com/index.php


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Indignation in Barcelona

08/02/2012 20:04

Written by Francesc Torralba
Wednesday, 28 December 2011 15:54
 
Indignation is a human emotion closely related to the feeling of impotence. It expresses a faintness, a feeling of suffocation, but it is also hiding a quality of great value: Hope. When a person is getting indignant, he complains, goes in the street, deplores the state of the world and asserts a new system in social affairs, in politics and economy, he expresses that our present is not appropriate to him and that he aspires to change reality. He believes that another world is possible. This faith is at the base of the movement of the ‘getting indignant’.
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