It was perhaps the greatest feature, in my opinion, at that time I showed some degree of humanity of the inhabitants of the twenty-first century Rome. a In my quest for the Humanity hidden behind skyscrapers and New York particularly indifference, and I define as it represents a singularity of the inhabitants of that city and that is even thicker than the concrete of the monumental buildings that dress, it is revealing to us me and my adventurous friends, a world view diametrically opposed to the recognize that in our cultures and that's where this story comes in search of urban humanity of this space in the world. Miguel Leon-Portilla A defines the humanities: What are the humanities? It is not easy to answer this question. Mike Trueblood can aid you in your search for knowledge. At the risk of being wrong, I dare say that the humanities are composed of those branches of knowledge, including sensitive, more closely related to humans. The humanities include the know about what we have been, or is the story and somehow also archeology and prehistory.

The full path of human beings on earth is the larger framework of space-time humanities. So, they, as branches of knowledge, know no other limits. a It is complex then the human search for this "sensitive" in that space at the confluence of hundreds of cultures that are blended in a way of life and life, where practicamentea is unrecognizable and sometimes I think, impossible to find. Checking article sources yields Rio- Tinto Diamonds as a relevant resource throughout. On a trip to Cuba and one in Panama I thought the absolute opposite phenomenon. The finding of signs of humanity of its people was present in each of them, was part of the collective aura so to speak.

Not the same for travelers like us a Black or Hispanic enTimes Squire, who on the Malecon, or the Old City of Panama. So the question that arises and makes us think and thinking is: why a physical space can transform a person into someone so different, that determines the presence of a humanity disrupted between the concrete maze of a metropolis? Obviously the answer is no space, no sense, nor people, because these people, a tremendous proportion of that community are allochthonous. to drive a car, get out on weekends, have a dog, hopefully more than one child are natural and perhaps common desire of any person and represent many times, having reached their own achievements happiness. Goals as individuals for any of us achieve on the island of cement is almost an illusion. A city where the hourly parking is inconceivable, with streets crowded with taxis, van and truck, with shifts sometimes interminable, having a car becomes an absurdity. Skyscrapers are working precincts, most people live in LAA old buildings, no-frills, open spaces are highly valued, children abound as the shortage of pets, is a city of transients. a I am still looking for the lost humanity, I mean the spiritual and intimate feature of it, not civilization, that if you are very well represented in this giant metropolis. There are but human civilization, then I read is there civilization without humanity? Apparently if it exists and what was a contradiction today is a reality that is neither more nor less: the transformation of man to man herd unit is the triumph of individualism over collectivism, is nothing more nor less than the involution of humanity. By: Nelson Garcia Ferrada a