New reading areas

“Everything flows, you will never bathe in the same river twice,” Heraclitus said, about 2,500 years ago. One of the great pre-Socratic philosophers, who highlighted that in life everything is change, and the same thing happens in the bibliographic world.

Specifically, in 2017, I published my first book with the Erasmus publishing house, the origin of seven of my works between 2017 and 2023, which I review below: “Capitalism: the cat with seven lives” (2017), about the economic system “less bad”, now with its additions of the welfare state, ecological framework, etc. Then came a second book, “Looking for God in the Universe” (2018), today in its eighth edition, where I review a series of physical theories starting from the big bang. The third work of mine was historical, “Hernán Cortés, Giant of History” (2020), also with eight editions; awarded by the Royal Academy of Doctors of Spain.

Then came three other writings, in my economic area: “The damn pandemic” (2021); “Selected works I. Structural analysis” (2023); and “Selected Works II. The international economy” (2023).

In 2023, Erasmus began to operate in the Almuzara group, founded and chaired by Manuel Pimentel, and in that head of the holding, that same year, I published “Me duele España”; about the motion of censure that I defended in the Congress of Deputies in 2023.

To talk about the new readings and their environment, we had in León, on June 7, at the Gaviria Palace, a presentation by Prof. Francisco Sosa Wagner and who subscribes to this, as an opening to the multiverse of new scientific and historical spaces; together with Raúl López, a thorough bibliophile, historian, and new Director of Erasmus.

The river of Heraclitus will never stop flowing, and in the city of León (ancient Roman Legio VII) we had good confirmation that books are still more necessary than bread. We will continue at the Madrid Book Fair: come on Friday the 14th (from 7 to 8 pm) to booth 276 of Erasmus, and I will be happy to sign for you.