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Durante mi estadía en la Ciudad de México en los años setenta, me di cuenta que esta enorme ciudad contenía en sus colonias distintos "medio ambientes vivenciales", que iban desde muy antiguas a muy recientes; desde muy primitivas a muy modernas.

Observé que había diferencias sutiles en la conducta de la gente y en sus interacciones en las diferentes colonias. Esta observación fue fundamental en la fundación de mis teorías con respecto a los efectos de la tecnología moderna sobre los medio ambientes vivenciales y sobre la conducta humana.

En México, publiqué mi libro "Paisaje Sin Terreno" (Editorial Pax-México), y luego di conferencias para la U.N.A.M. y la Universidad Anahuac. También, presenté un ensayo para un Congreso de Psicología.

Ahora que mis hijas son adultas, tengo el tiempo de explorar mis ideas de vuelta. Le agradezco mucho a ForoJudio.com y en especial al Sr. Daniel Ajzen por la oportunidad de presentar mis ideas.

Why Trump’s Influence Will Remain After He’s Gone

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Many of us are counting the days until the President of the United States makes his official exit from the American government.  The hope is that a new era is dawning of more civilized...

Juvenile Difficulties With Learning During The Age Of Covid

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Two articles ago, I wrote on the effects of the interaction between Covid and modern consumer technology on the socialization of young people today.  In this article, I want to focus on the effects...

Finding A Deeper Honesty In Today’s World

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When we hear the word honesty, we think of a concept that is fairly simple and straightforward.  But actually honesty serves two distinct purposes in life.  First, when someone is honest with someone else,...

Juvenile Social Isolation In The Age Of Covid

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Nowadays, there is a lot of concern expressed regarding the education of our children during Covid.  There is, of course, concern expressed regarding the potential dangers for these children having in-person classes.  So far,...

Ageing In An Age Of Planned Obsolescence

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The other day, I was in a discussion with about 10 other people – all seniors – about aging.  The moderator asked all of us what was the first thing that we thought of...

Are Private Militias Going To Take Over The World

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Since Trump became president, there has been an enormous growth of private militias in the United States.  There are a few reasons for this.  One of them is based on pure racism.  There is...

When Life Doesn’t Smell Right

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It is encouraging to see that there are still some people around who are interested in propping up one of the five senses that is normally pushed aside in the technological transformation of society. ...

Mother Nature Is Not So Maternal Anymore

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Nature has played a very important role in the discussions presented in this column.  Nature is the foundational source of the organic stimuli for which human nervous systems were built. Most of the time,...

How Trump And The Republicans Influence Their Followers

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Pollsters and pundits are beating their heads against the wall trying to figure out how they got it so wrong in their predictions for American elections.  Nobody thought that the presidential race was going...

Trying To Absorb That Which Keeps Us Human

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One of the major points that has been brought up repeatedly in this column since its inception is that modern technological living environments create configurations of stimuli that are difficult for humans to absorb. ...