Aguilar, Luis Armando
October 1996
Xipe Totek;oct-dic1996, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p292
Academic Journal
El artículo discute la importancia de saber estar en la realidad y la verdad que existe dentro de la realidad. El descubrimiento de la verdad es una misión para todos los seres humanos. El autor también menciona el placer intelectual o el gusto o satisfacción de la vida intelectual. El autor cita varios aspectos acerca de la satisfacción intelectual, por ejemplo el gozo interno, la vivencia en al asombro, y el descubrimiento de luz dentro del caos del mundo.


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