Between the past days of January 27 and 29, the 2nd Humanistic Reflection Week was carried out in the amphitheater of the University School of Health and Environment of Bata (EUSMA).
Speech of the Vice Rector.
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The 2nd Humanistic Reflection Week was organized by the School of Humanities and Religious Sciences of the National University of Equatorial Guinea (UNGE), with the motive of the festival of its patron, Saint Thomas Aquinas.
It dealt with an intellectual forum that brought together professors to reflect on subjects such as religion, peace and society.
During the act of inauguration, the Dean of the School of Humanities, Fernando Ignacio Ndjeng and the Vice Rector of the UNGE in charge of the Bata campus, Pedro Ndong Asumu, spoke.
Throughout these days, different presentations were given, such as “Anthropological Basis of Religion”, by Angel Jorge Barahona, and “Religion and Peace, between Magic and Philosophy”, by the professor Juan Bautista Osu Bitaha, of the School of Humanities and Religious Sciences of the UNGE.
Text and photos: Miguel Angel Andjimi Ndong (D. G. Base Internet)
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