El conflicte de les aparences
This book is based on the premise that reality does not exist. There is no part no fixed reality, eternal, always equal to itself. The only reality is appearance. But appearances change, are transformed, and depend on who perceives them. In many moments of history, this observation led men to believe that life and the world were in chaos. And that it was necessary to catch the immutable reality of things hidden behind appearances. Modernity, on the other hand, seems to be installed in the acceptance that nothing is real, but only appearance. Antoni Marí wanted to follow this conflict, which is summed up in the phrase "there are no facts, there are interpretations". And he wonders how it affects the life of each one of us: the conflicts of the ego, the conflicts of the ego with nature (the non-ego as Fichte would say) and the conflicts between two basses. This is how solitude, the construction of identity, the body, aesthetic emotion, childhood, difference, nature, war, memory, fraternity, are analyzed, as the author says, "with interpretations that others have made of these conflicts, trying to make a recapitulation that has no dogmatic will, but a free will to play the game of appearances that has allowed me to put a little order in this chaos that is reality and life.
Source: the editor
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