Erudition


The word erudition comes from the Latin “eruditionem”, it is wisdom in a type of deep and extensive understanding of different subjects such as sciences, arts, among others. But especially in relation to the literary and historical disciplines, it can be said that a person who has erudition is named or called erudite, it is synonymous with wisdom, which is the capacity that is developed with the use of intelligence in experience. own, where conclusions are obtained that give them a greater understanding. Doctorate applies to individuals who have knowledge achieved by the force of study. And Illustrated describing the educated man or entity that has a good flow of acquired knowledge.

Deep and extensive knowledge can be achieved through the years, because beyond the specific capacity or normal disposition that a learned person will depend on the sociohistorical context. Previously, the scholar was that expert individual in the fields of science and the arts at the same time, with extensive knowledge and intelligence to be able to do analysis and reflection.

The scholars were equivalent to humanists, who are members of an intellectual circulation that took place during the Renaissance, where they shared traits of anthropocentrism that indicates that it is the philosophical conception that considers the human being as the center of the universe and the absolute end of nature or consideration is the reflection that is done with attention and care to form an opinion about one thing or everything can revolve around man and the domain of different sciences and subjects of study such as biology, anatomy, architecture, language, philosophy and others in search of a more human spirituality.

Everything can revolve around man and the domain of different sciences and subjects of study such as biology, anatomy, architecture, language, philosophy and others in the search for a more human spirituality.