The End

The man as it is, and the motivations of its will, in the confrontation with the civilization, are a game of antagonistic forces in which he is not exempt of intense conflicts; in this direction, the narrator-protagonist is ironic with the moral and the ethics of the civilized man. you want to free the man of its old habits and to correct will to it according to given of in agreement science and the common sense to it. But as you know that the man can and must be corrected? Of where you concluded, that the will of the man must necessarily be educated? In a word: why you think that this education it is really useful? However, gentlemen, ‘ ‘ two two times equal quatro’ ‘ it is a death principle and not a life principle. It is truth that the man does not occupy seno of the search of these ‘ ‘ two two times equal quatro’ ‘ ; it crosses oceans, risks the life in its persecution; but how much to find them, how much to apanhar them really – I swear you that he has fear, therefore it if of the account of that, a time found, nothing more have to make. It tries to come close itself to the end, but, it reaches so soon it, he is not more satisfied; this is comic actor truily well. In a word: the man is constructed in a very comic way, and everything this makes the one effect trocadilho.

But, however it may be. ‘ ‘ two two times equal quatro’ ‘ it is a well insuportvel thing. (DOSTOIVSKI, 2000, P.). It wants the man to correct its will with science, but as it knows that the education it is really useful? – Perhaps either this the inquietude that crosses the workmanship, questioning that still arrives with all impetus at our times where the man is almost extinct, only remaining a gear part.

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