Who attends this virtual space, sa che ho sempre dato importanza alla need of know yourself. I understand and support today. Nonetheless, I was suggested, by characters that I hold in high regard, di mettere in guardia dal pericolo di fall in un contorsionismo estremo che si andrebbe a ritorcere proprio contro l’oggetto della knowledge that, in this case, coincide with the knower: ourself. Already catch the moment, but time is running out we noticed how “The life It moves continuously, and can never really see herself” (Pirandello).
It is therefore impractical the path it plans to look inside without considering the “out” O, worse, what you want to build a static image of the self. The knowledge di noi stessi avviene anche attraverso il world outer, experiences, mistakes, the others, looking at the buildings and the rubble that we leave on the road. Pushing over, potremmo dire che noi non siamo senza il world outer. La proiezione di un io che esiste indipendentemente dal world circostante è un’astrazione puramente mentale. in this sense, we should always think of as part of a system that understands us and influences us, and on which, we too, we exercise a certain reaction.
Try to continuously observe our reflection blocks us, paralyzes us: non ci permette di be. What we know at this point? A statue? No image life that, per la paura di confondersi con il world, He prefers to stay out…

Lei non può conoscersi che atteggiata: statue: not alive. When one lives, lives and do not see. Know is dying. Lei sta tanto a mirarsi in codesto specchio, in all the mirrors, why not live; does not know, can not or does not want to live. He wants to know too, and not live.” (Pirandello)

The mirror that paralyzes last edit: Sunday,10 February 16:03, 2013 the nabladue
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