G. K. Chesterton. Sabiduría e inocencia (Spanish Edition)
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To move on, therefore, from this state of foolishness, one has to make a reflection, that is, a turn to oneself to realise how the world is being given and how it is being interpreted.
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The Discovery of the World by Means of Contingency There is an experience received from the world that is involved in it. This is the experience of nothingness, and with it, the experience of the non-obvious, of the not-fully-explained, that is, of the mystery. Now, the experience of nothingness, according to Chesterton's analysis, can lead to later attitudes that are the wonder and gratitude that enable the sapiential attitude. In fact, amazement is born when it breaks with the familiarity of the object through the possibility of nothing, the mystery of being and its dependence on God.
Chesterton reflects on the realization that things are shown with the possibility of not being. The English writer, facing the common understanding of the being of the creatures, comments that "to me is a more solid and startling fact that any man in the street is a Great Might-Not-Have-Been. This realization of nothingness cannot be given without noticing even more truly about being.
G. K. CHESTERTON, SABIDURÍA E INOCENCIA. JOSEPH PEARCE. EDICIONES ENCUENTRO. NUEVO.
Chesterton comments: Until we realise that things might not be we cannot realise that things are. Until we see the background of darkness we cannot admire the light as a single and created thing. As soon as we have seen that darkness, all light is lightening, sudden, blinding, and divine. Until we picture non- entity we underrate the victory of God, and can realise none of the trophies of His ancient war. It is one of the million wild jests of truth that we know nothing until we know nothing. It allows breaking the bondage of the common according to which things are so because they are always there or they are because they are as a brute fact.
On the contrary, things cannot be and in front of the nothing rises the being. In this way, the sapiential attitude is born from the discovery of the contingent condition13 of all the creatures of the universe.
Insofar their contingent condition consists in the possibility of being or not being, the familiarity with the beings of the universe is broken, and thanks to the rupture of that possibility the astonishment arises before the fact that they are. This is completed considering that the needs we consider define the beings of this universe, which are the needs described by science, are not true ontological needs.
Indeed, the needs expressed in scientific laws can in some way provoke the dazzle of admiration.
That is, the temptation of the scientific explanation of the world is that the answers of science sometimes proclaimed as undoubted have the effect of decanting in a look that conceives reality as obvious and due. Chesterton writes: But the scientific men do muddle their heads, until they imagine a necessary mental connection between an apple leaving the tree and an apple reaching the ground. They do really talk as if they had found not only a set of marvellous facts, but a truth connecting those facts.
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They do talk as if the connection of two strange things physically connected them philosophically. Although fairy tales accept mathematical and logical sequences as reasonable and necessary, the physical facts of the everyday are taken as repetitions that could give rise to another product, which does not happen in a fatalistic chain.
The English writer, on the contrary, proposes to see things differently. It is not a "law," for we do not understand its general formula. It is not a necessity, for though we can count on it happening practically, we have no right to say that it must always happen.
That is why he is garrisoned and pleased in fairy tales, in which the factual world is the result of incomprehensible processes that result in something incomprehensible. They make rivers run with wine only to make us remember, for one wild moment, that they run with water.
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His animosity is not against science as such, but against the disenchanting power of the world that it brings when it captures culture. Modernism stages a universe, either chaotic or necessary, making forget the contingent character of beings.
abstertere.ga On the contrary, Chesterton with his didactics of the fairy tales emphasises the contingency of things, contingency that is said of the form maybe NO x; emphasising the possibility of not being, in the background of the bowels of nothingness. Everyone charged with a criminal offence shall be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law. Examples of use in the Spanish literature, quotes and news about inocencia.
No hay valor sino en la inocencia , ni constancia sino en una buena causa. A abad sin ciencia y sin conciencia, no le salva la inocencia.
Joseph Pearce, En Canciones de inocencia y de experiencia, reune toda la formulacion simbolica de un universo poetico rico y fructifero en el que se identifican un proceso ritual con la esencia de la poesia. Henry A. Giroux, Stephanie Laurens, Chesterton, La guapa, inteligente Kate Hewitt, Osho,,