Monthly Archive: December 2012


Courses of English in England for the every one courses English in England cannot be more comfortable. Once installed in the city that you have chosen for formarte, you can choose the form to study that it desires to you more. In an individual course, courses of reduced groups, ampler groups, in intensive courses. Always, clearly, with customized attention directed by highly qualified professors and in a stretched and pleasant atmosphere. Education is a basically vocational profession, so it is very rare to give with a professor who completely is not given to the cause. In addition, that people know what does. In case outside little, after class always you can take something with the other students and, why no? , with your professor. To learn a matter, is a language or any other thing, does not have to be a suplicio.

It can be the way. To study English abroad is better Why? Why to study English abroad supposes an advantage against doing it in our country? You really need an answer a this? Very well. First of all, because yes. And this because yes it implies, among other things, that if you can permitrtelo, and you can, because the courses and the lodging abroad are much more cheap than you imagine, is no good reason so that you do not do it. I understand that you would like to know some other reasons. The best thing would be than you spoke with any person who has studied in another country so that she is on the awares to you, but, for example, if you study English in another country you are going to have something to count.

You are going to know a pile of interesting people. You go more to sentirte realised. You are going to discover a new culture. You are going to really learn English. You go to sentirte like in house before DES tells you. You are going to vary your routine and to oxigenarte with the air change. You are not going to want to return Itself?

United States

According to article published in the investigation magazine Archives of Neurology (Arch Neurol. 2010 Feb; 67 (2): 154-60) the clinical test to evaluate the security and tolerabilidad of Dimebon (latrepirdine) in the disease of Huntington and to explore its effects in the mental function, the behavior, and the motor symptoms have shown results you will preeliminate positives. The clinical Test was a blind, multi-centre double, in which 91 patients with disease of Huntington of slight participated to moderate in 17 centers between the United States and England from Julio of the 2007 to Julio of 2008. The Dimebon (latrepirdine) was administered to 20 mgs 3 times to the day. The primary objective era to evaluate the tolerabilidad, defined as the capacity to complete the study to the assigned dose, the secondary variable in study included changes in score of the basal line of the Unified scale of Disease of Huntington (UHDRS), the Mini-mental test, and the mental Scale of Alzheimer. The obtained results were the following: Dimebon (latrepirdine): well 87% were tolerated (of patients to whom I administer Dimebon to him completed the study Versus 82% in the group placebo control), the rate of adverse events was comparable in the 2 groups (70% in the group Dimebon and 80% in the Placebo group). The treatment with Dimebon (latrepirdine) gave like result an improvement in the average of score of the Mini-mental test compared with the group placebo. Significant effects in score of the basal line of the Unified scale of Disease of Huntington were not observed (UHDRS). I conclude in this study that the administration during a short period of Dimebon (latrepirdine) well is tolerated in patients with Disease of Huntington and can have a beneficial effect at mental level, reason why a clinical but great Test this justifying in the population of the patients with Disease of Huntington.

Communist Ideology

In relation to Japan the alliance was still more esdrxula, has seen, the total disparity of mutual interests. While Germany Nazista searched the consolidation of the Reich of a thousand years in lands of the east and part of the Europe, the Japanese empire fought for the conquest and consolidation of the possesses in the Asian southwest. Of the strategical point of view if a cooperation integrated between Germany, Italy had occurred and Japan, this could have brought much more painful consequences for the Ussr and U.S.A. The countries of the Axle had established an alliance that of the military, strategical point of view and economic, little contributes for a result that them was favorable. In contrast of the Allies the alliance of the Countries of the Axle represented much more a symbolic union between nations that in common shared its disaffections with the Communist Ideology. To have an idea of the lost chances for the Countries of the Axle for not arguing a joint strategy of cooperation, can be inquired: Which the consequences for Russia if had invaded it to Japan in extreme east after 1941? if Japan had postponed the attack the Pearl Harbor in few months, England would have resisted the bombings German, ahead of the American isolacionismo? if the Dictator Francisco Franco, of Spain, had granted to Germany the right to control the ticket for the strait of Gilbratar being closed the entrance of the Mediterranean sea to the Allies? if Mussolini had not attacked Greece, having later that to request aid of Hitler that deviated efforts of the German army delaying in months the invasion of Russia? These and other investigations never fully will be answered and will remain forever in the field of the speculation. However, if for the questions above, it had different answers of what the history disclosed is very probable that the difficulties that the Countries Allies would have to defeat the Countries of the Axle would be very bigger and even though can be questioned if the alliance Berlin-Rome-Tokyo would not be victorious.

Moral Principles

Of 1763 1765 it is secretary of the Embassy in festejado Paris and in the world of the philosophers. In 1766 it houses Rosseau in England, indispondo with it after that. In 1768, it is Secretary of State in London. In this half time, he published an Inquiry on the Moral Principles (1751), a voluminous History of England (1754-1759) and a History Natural of the Religion (1757). After its death (1776) only is that they had been published, in 1779, its Dialogues on the Natural Religion. Great part of the theologians and philosophers of centuries XVII and XIII affirmed – echoing They are Toms de Aquino – that only has two ways of if justifying religious doctrines or theological positions: through one I appeal to the reason human being or through one I appeal to the revelation (that is, basically, one I appeal to the Bible). John Locke, for example affirmed this, defending its position in book IV of an Assay concerning the Human Agreement. These two ways, however, if reduced, basically, to one only, the first one, for great part of the philosophers and theologians of this period for the following reason: if somebody search to justify a religious doctrine or a theological position through one I appeal the fact it to see been disclosed for God in the Bible, it can if very retort well affirming not to have reasons to accept the Bible as divine revelation. I appeal so that it to the Bible can be persuasivo, it is necessary that it is folloied of argument that really shows to be the Bible to divine revelation (' ' the word of Deus' ' , if one may use the expression). The reply generally given in the period in question, to this type of problem, it affirmed that the revelacional character of the Bible, its divine origin, was proven (' ' garantindo' ' , it was said) for the innumerable ones that supposedly they had folloied these revelations.