Diccionario de la estupidez humana (Biblioteca Rius)

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El lector que busque en este libro únicamente estupideces, puede sufrir un desencanto al encontrar también mitos, falsas creencias, tomadas de pelo, tonterías convertidas en dogma, supersticiones, falsedades, usos y costumbres absurdos, prejuicios, ideas locas, fanatismo, patrioterías y todas esas cosas ridículas en que ha creído la humanidad y con las que ha vivido desde que el mundo es mundo. Todo eso puede catalogarse bajo un único criterio: la estupidez humana.

El lector que busque en este libro únicamente estupideces, puede sufrir un desencanto al encontrar también mitos, falsas creencias, tomadas de pelo, tonterías convertidas en dogma, supersticiones, falsedades, usos y costumbres absurdos, prejuicios, ideas locas, fanatismo, patrioterías y todas esas cosas ridículas en que ha creído la humanidad y con las que ha vivido desde que el mundo es mundo. Todo eso puede catalogarse bajo un único criterio: la estupidez humana.

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Rius (Zamora, 1934- México, 2017) ocupó un lugar clave en la historia de la cultura popular mexicana. Con más de cien libros publicados, y atento a todo lo que pasaba en México y en el mundo con una posición crítica que muchos califican de radical, libro tras libro abordó temas de actualidad, obteniendo siempre una respuesta entusiasta de sus lectores. Entre sus últimos libros son de destacar ¿Sería católico Jesucristo?, Diccionario de la estupidez humana, Obesidad al alcance de todos, Mis Supermachos 2, 3 y 4, Sobras encogidas y seleptas, Herejes, ateos y malpensados, Santo PRI, líbranos del PAN, La reforma dizque heducativa y Los presidentes dan pena.

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Grijalbo
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Published on
May 1, 2014
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Pages
141
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ISBN
9786073124737
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Language
Spanish
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Genres
Humor / Form / Comic Strips & Cartoons
Humor / General
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Richard Bradshaw
The Central African Republic (CAR) came into existence on 1 December 1958 as a semi-autonomous member state of the Communauté (French Community), meaning that France still controlled its currency, defense, foreign affairs and national security. The history of the CAR can be interpreted in radically different ways. One the one hand the people of Central Africa have suffered enormously at the hands of slave traders, concessionary companies, French colonialists and African rulers, and their country remains largely ‘undeveloped.’ On the other most Central Africans have retained free use of land on which they grow crops and from which they extract numerous valuable resources. Their way of life is in the long run perhaps more sustainable than those of the ‘experts’ who come to assist them. The theme of essential continuity in the history of the CAR is as important, if not more important in the long run, than the themes of violent change, exploitation, and enduring dependence. Deep roots of continuity provide a surprising stability in the face of dramatic and often very painful change on the surface.

The Historical Dictionary of the Central African Republic contains a chronology, an introduction, appendixes, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 1200 cross-referenced entries on important personalities, politics, economy, foreign relations, religion, and culture. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about the Central African Republic.
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