La virtud del agradecimiento según Leonardo Polo
In this work the virtue of gratitude is studied according to the thought of L. Polo. It is defended that the human tendency to gratitude is natural, and that the reinforcement of that tendency constitutes virtue, which admits two references: the others and the divine being; to the former, for what we receive from them in the corporeal plane and in the ‘essence’ of man; to the second, for the creation and elevation of our personal ‘act of being’
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