La libertad y sus caricaturas
Jaime Nubiola
"Viatge als nous escenaris del segle XXI”
Barcelona, 22 abril 2007, 17.00-19.00
• "Moral freedom is freedom from others, spiritual
freedom is freedom from oneself".
George Santayana, Carta a Daniel Cory,
14 febrero 1936.
• "Cuando se reclama libertad,
se debe tener valor para decir lo que uno piensa,
incluso aunque resulte ingrato".
Simone Weil, Diario de España, 1936.
2. Las caricaturas de la
libertad:
Del imperio del capricho
a la angustia de la soledad
2.1. La orgía y el “botellón”
2.1. La orgía y el botellón
2.2. El supermercado
2.2. El centro comercial
2.3. Internet y Secondlife
2.4. El volador solitario
2.5. El paseante entre las
nubes
2.6. El surfista
3. Comprender la libertad
y
ejercerla
La libertad no es la capacidad
de desconectar, sino más bien
la facultad para
comprometerse en una tarea y
con los demás:
Una vida de servicio y de amor
atrae
(porque es capaz de dotar de
sentido a todos nuestros días)
4. Magnanimidad:
El crecimiento en libertad personal
5. Los hábitos de
la gente altamente creativa
1. Make new connections.
– Broaden yourself to more than one field.
– Read widely.
– Use analogies to link things together.
– Work on different projects at the same
time.
– Use visual as well as verbal
representations.
– Don’t work on what everyone else is
doing.
– Use multiple methods. Seek novel
mechanisms.
2. Expect the unexpected.
– Take anomalies seriously.
– Learn from failures.
– Recover from failures.
3. Be persistent.
– Focus on key problems.
– Be systematic and keep records.
– Confirm early, disconfirm late.
4. Get excited.
– Pursue projects that are fun.
– Play with ideas and things.
– Ask interesting questions.
– Take risks.
5. Be sociable.
– Find smart collaborators.
– Organize good teams.
– Study how others are successful.
– Listen to people with experience.
– Foster different cognitive styles.
– Communicate your work to others.
6. Use the world.
– Find rich environments.
– Build instruments.
– Test ideas.
CONCLUSIÓN
"The man can, or if you
please is compelled, to
make his life more
reasonable. What other
distinct idea than that (...)
can be attached to the
word 'liberty'?”
Charles S. Peirce,
Collected Papers 1.602,
1903
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