Rojas, Claudia Arcila
July 2011
Escritos;2011, Vol. 19 Issue 43, p481
Academic Journal
The following paper raises the philosophical question for the poetic support of Simón Bolivar's literary piece: My Delirium on Chimborazo. From the poem follows the link between the thinking with the axiological and the political, and thence, to the universals of justice, freedom and dignity as authentic expressions of the beauty, and therefore, the aesthetic of nature and the grammar of language. The historic and evolutive structure is analysed. Such structure allows the human being to cross his thinking configuration in a perfect equivalence with his linguistic nature. Considering the biographical task of each subject, the linguistic nature allows the human being to be reconciled with an aesthetic understanding of nature.


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