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The Bookish Man is a blog that seeks to contribute to the international public debate through the promotion of reading and learning, with a social justice perspective.

Mission: To be a source of reasoned, accessible and quality information that promotes social justice through reading and learning.

Vision: To be an internationally recognized journal for its truthfulness, integrity and social sensitivity.

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Book review: Atomic Habits 

Book review: Atomic Habits 

“The way we feel affects our behavior, and the way we behave affects the way we feel. Desire and pleasure are two things that motivate a person. If it is not desirable, we have no reason to do so. Desire and longing are what initiate behavior. But if we don’t like it, we don’t have to repeat it. Pleasure and satisfaction are what supports a behavior. Feelings of motivation push us to do something. The feeling of success makes us repeat it.”

Militarization in Mexico

Militarization in Mexico

“Public security issues require a gender focus, mental health awareness, empathy, and a respect for human rights that the military has not demonstrated to date.”

How to achieve social and climate justice?

How to achieve social and climate justice?

“Thomas, having an inclusive point of view, being a descendant of enslaved people in the United States, communicates her ideas of green lifestyle, education and environmental movements on her blog @greengirlleah and in an Intersectional Environmentalist Platform, with the core values of dignity, community and love.”

Art in Mexico before and after its independence 

Art in Mexico before and after its independence 

“Mexico has gone through a very complex artistic transition since the conquest to independence. Despite so many external influences, Mexico has undergone several transformations that have led it to find its own voice and its original artistic style, which years later would be the birth of Mexican realism, surrealism and muralism.”

Review: The Mist

Review: The Mist

“This film was released in 2007, it is adapted from the famous book The Mist by Stephen King. A truly hair-raising movie with a very unexpected ending. The plot, the characters, the monsters, everything you expect from Stephen King is found in this movie.”