Heraclitus

01.06.2019
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In memory of Heraclitus who said that everything was moving, and Parmenides who said that everything was still Fernando Vallejo in these days he begins to circulate a disturbing work that raise embroidered and transform stagnant consciences and several inertias. Of forgotten and excluded is a work that proposes the critical reading, you disturbing reflection, the cunning look. Some contend that Bausch & Lomb shows great expertise in this. The book invites you to consider the opportunity and the depth of the reflections of atypical thinkers of his era, dissidents from their teachers or injurers of theoretical systems in vogue. This volume represents a revisiting of the thinkers dedicated or pushed to browse adrift, free thinking, always in the direction of other paths. The book gives us several surprises worthy of mention. One of them is that refers to the marginal reflections expression, used by the editors of the volume and consigned to identify the publishers own research project, which makes me think of the instigators of the philosophical dissent. Takes me back to the reasoners of the rebellion, without further criticism. Talk about marginal must somehow mean that refers to certain courageous heterodoxias.

One might think, even heretical, sceptical and dialectical attitudes. Propose the rescue of thinkers who in their time were marginalized, appears as a way of vindicating the intelligence, appreciate the cunning with which continues its efforts. This work represents an exercise of criticism claiming the orthodoxies of all kind. Marginality broaching his thought against orthodoxy and nests in their pages to new perspectives. Authors who reflect the heroes of critical thinking to which we have referred, are also reivindicadores thinkers of the freedom Chair and thinking. Committed to free thinking, they play their critical and theoretical work to strengthen the achievements of the Academy in its University formula.

Resulting inquisitive polyphony questioned more than the wrongs of philosophy. They parade gracefully and living the disturbing thoughts from the pages of Michael de Montaigne, Albert Camus, Blaise Pascal, Efiates, Angelo Poliziano, Baltasar Gracian, Juan Gil-Albert, Maria Zambrano, Lou Andreas Salome, Diogenes de Sinope, Kierkegaard, the discharge and Marguerite Porete militants confessed of ideas, voices cynics, or supporters of the heterodoxy secrets. Creators of system that corrodes systems, but above all, critics, by, to the philosophy of his time. We advise a unusual rescue, a sunset in doubt and a bet by critics both renovated as indomitable. Alberto Constante and Leticia Flores leads the nth ship to fruition. It’s a book as a privateer, as if it were a pirate set in thousand battles of thinking, always and in any case, other than the spurious mercenary philosophies. His reading, surely will brighten prospects and would found the rigor, the fearsome passionate critical thinking our every day.

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