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Systemization After making an unsystematic first and systematic reading later, trilogy of novels by Samuel Beckett Molloy, Malone dies and the Unnamable (Gove Press. New York, 1955, 1956, 1958) and the novel by Jose Donoso the obscene bird of night (Seix Barral, Spain, 1970), this reader concluded that the significant core of both productions was that of identity as a problem. But despite present versions of the self in emergency, basic conception of identity - perhaps implied - it was opposite in both authors. For example, it is difficult to stop thinking about dopey/Humberto Penaloza in Donoso's novel, in their endless search for identity if we listen to the Innombrable, in the novel by the Irish author and that closes the trilogy of novels previously mentioned cycle. I'm not, no need to say it, Murphy, or Watts, or Mercier, I can not even encourage me to name them, nor to any of the others of same names I forgot, they told me that I was them, that should trying to be them, by compulsion or fear, or to prevent recognize me (The Unnamable, in Three Novels by Samuel Beckett, Grove Press, New York, 1965, p. 326.) Translation mine). To this uncertain individuality will correspond a kind of marginal character in social physical plane: Molloy et Malone meurt ces deux derniers roimans jeu mettent les themes, chers l auteur of the dereliction of the solitude et de egarement., says Dominique Leduc in Samuel Beckett, Hatier, Brussels, 1986, page 12 characters from Beckett from More Pricks than Kicks (1934) and Murphy (1934) to How it is (1961)they correspond, if we want to use a trial of Impressionist, vagabonds, grosella, clochards, physically reduced to a minimum and mentally claudicantes, whose main activity is the permanent and incessant discourse, speculation, the inventory of their possessions...
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Meditations It continues presenting it me as if he presented until then; masna reflexiva attitude that me is proper in the quality of philosopher, I do not effect maiso act of the existencial belief of the natural experience, I do not admit plus such crenacomo valid, even so at the same time, this always remains captadapelo to look at there, also of ateno' ' (Cartesian E. Husserl, Meditations, p 17, Colin, 1931). To follow we will discourse, separately, metaphysics and kantiana afenomenologia and its effect. METAPHYSICS AND the ORIGIN OF the KNOWLEDGE the first investigation that if it offers the thinking spirit, eque is the base of all the investigations, is the origin of its knowledge. The origin of knowledge can underneath be considered dediferentes points of view. If the beddings of knowledge consider as primitive base, the soul are the first origin, that is, the meeting of its facultieses. If it considers the way with that the soul of the principles its knowledge, then the different development of its facultieses or different laws revealed for this development is also origin of the knowledge. If it considers what of the reasons to develop this activity in the manifestation of its laws, then the feelings and reflection are the ones that cause one such development and have the name of origin of knowledge. If it considers as a primitive knowledge, of which they leave or where if they derive the knowledge more, then the primitive truths and the first principles get the name of origin of knowledge. These primitive truths, these first ones princpiosparecem that in they are not presented for the directions and the reflection; the objetosnos seem given for them, our soul not making more than to recognize them. Let us apply the ways that can assure in them of...