The FACUA Foundation publishes the eighth issue of its magazine 'Razones de Utopía'

On this occasion, he reflects on social ideals and concepts and their evolution over time, delving into the emergence of new theories and their impulse through the media.

The FACUA Foundation publishes the eighth issue of its magazine 'Razones de Utopía'

The FACUA Foundation has published the eighth issue of its magazine Razones de Utopía, a document that has already begun to be distributed digitally to different consumer associations and institutional bodies in Spain and Latin America.

On this occasion, the document delves into the reflection on social ideals and concepts and their evolution over time, delving into the emergence of new theories and philosophies, both nationally and internationally, and their promotion through the media.

Open to all opinions and as an organ of free interdisciplinary debate, the publication seeks to open a dialogue between institutions and peoples. With 122 pages (you can download the complete issue at FundacionFACUA.org/razones-de-utopia [in Spanish only]), this eighth issue continues the trajectory of previous magazines of collecting articles and reflections beyond its main theme on various issues framed within the aims of the FACUA Foundation.

Continuing with an annual periodicity, Razones de Utopía has different sections: Ante los grandes retos; Focos y enfoques; Panorama internacional; Cátedra de Consumo and Documentos, where relevant texts such as the Foundation's activity report are included.

In this case, the magazine of the FACUA Foundation features articles by Antonio Florencio Zoido, graduate in Philosophy from the Complutense University of Madrid and director of the magazine Razones de Utopía; Almudena Álvarez, secretary and technical manager of the Foundation's Consumerist Training School and trustee; Jordi Castilla, secretary general of FACUA Andalucía and trustee of the Foundation; Miguel Ángel Serrano, vice-president of FACUA-Consumidores en Acción and trustee of the Foundation; Olga Ruiz, president of FACUA; a joint article by Lourdes M. Tabares, professor emeritus at the University of Havana, and Odalys Cárdenas, assistant professor at the San Gerónimo University College in Havana; Juan Trímboli, president of the Fundación Ciudadana por un Consumo Responsable (FCCR) of Latin America and advisor to the FACUA Foundation. It also includes an interview with Francisco José Infante, professor of Civil Law at the Pablo de Olavide University in Seville.