Emma Sepulveda

We have choices: I say it like it is, I say things as I see things I say or I decide (as the story of the three umpieres). As pointed out by Guinness: a The first referee represents the traditional view about the truth: something objective, independent of the mind of the knower and to be discovered. The second referee represents moderate relativism: the truth as seen by each UNOA , in his opinion, and how to interpret it. And the third arbitrator is clearly the radical relativist or postmodern position: the a truth is not something that exists and to be discovered, each of us must create for himself mismoa . In the postmodern world is only accepted as truth that there is no truth.

We know that an art object is unique and unrepeatable, and always will be up to the reader's consideration as such depending on your taste, however no one can deny that by submitting this set of texts, Emma Sepulveda reminds us of two great writers: Camus and Cioran. The Romanian writer has written that shake the spirit is not accustomed to stay in the bones of an absurd world. For Cioran the universe that he lives is simply the product of aciago demiurgoa . Over a bibliography full of insight, Cioran will use a rare intelligence to deal with that nonsense. If Camus uses the rebellion of the spirit to a quitarse the muertea at the absurdity of life, Cioran resorts to irony, self-confidence towards life: a Hay nights when the future is abolished, which of all their time there remains only one who will choose to quit .

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