A Lecture by Álvaro García Linera, Vice President of Bolivia (in Spanish)
The LSE IDEAS Latin America International Affairs Programme is pleased to announce a lecture by Bolivia's vice president Álvaro García Linera as part of its 2010-11 International Peace and Security in Latin America events series.
Galileo and the Infinite Universe: science, heresy, and the Inquisition
Galileo was convicted in 1633 of defending Copernicanism, but he was also seeking to undermine Christianity. Professor Wootton will show that Galileo was no Christian, and that he welcomed the idea of an infinite universe with other inhabited worlds because he wanted to show that the universe was not made for man. David Wootton is Anniversary Professor of History at the University of York, author of Bad Medicine: doctors doing harm since Hippocrates and most recently Galileo: watcher of the skie
Stress Management and Emotional Wellness
Stress Management and Emotional Wellness provides links to strategies for reducing stress and managing the physical response to stress.
Scenario Description: From the seed to delight (BMLFUW)
Delight in the cycle of nature – bread has been considered to be the most important basic foodstuff for millenniums and should serve here as an example and as a model to illustrate the modern food chain for human beings.
Main Production Area 'High Alps'