Deseo y Necesidad de Mundo: Del Muro al Abismo

González, Miguel Alberto González
October 2010
Revista de Psicologia GEPU;oct2010, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p88
Academic Journal
The world desire and necessity can show limits and horizons of the subject. The truth and its universal validity, the desire that breaks the limits put us in apprehension, desire has something of universality whereas the necessity asks reason why it is not controlled and it moves in the limits. Job is announces in the intersection desire, necessity and patience, understanding that this balances in the great men. As door of exit to the limits, it is given outlines linguistic elements that provide several horizons without arriving at the cleverness from not seeing the borders. Te body is desire, hunger, but also loss of energy and abandonment, only a subject that manages to read the limits can see his horizons that do not exceed the individual interests in weakening of the groups. The world is open, the cosmos offers, is the man who breaking the limits dares to find horizons. The door as metaphor to the curiosity gives us world for discover an adventure to come that drill those walls that appear to deny a chance to the subject. Whether is doors, windows, stairs or wings, the wall will always be at risk of being overcome and the human being is at risk yet not against the wall but to the world that opens, perhaps, a gulf that is if you want another chance.


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