By Jostein Gaarder
Una reflexión sobre estos tiempos en que primero uno come to a decision hacerse famoso, cómo conseguirlo es secundario, y resulta prácticamente irrelevante si uno se merece o no los angeles fama lograda . Conocedor de esto, el protegonista, Petter el Araña, aprovechará su desbordante imaginación para crear todo un negocio de venta de rules a a quellos que no las tienen. Sus principales clientes serán escritores consagrados, y noveles, que sólo ambicionan ver publicada una novela y encontrar los angeles fama o ganar un premio. Hasta que Peter el Araña, alguien con mas imaginación de los angeles que el mundo necesitaba , es advertido en los angeles Feria del Libro de Bolonia de que su vida corre peligro y su telaraña de contactos empieza a tambalearse. ¿Qué ocurrió en l. a. vida de Peter el Araña?, de este hombre tan egocéntrico al que los angeles fama no le interesa, pero si en cambio el poder sobre las personas.
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230) is a category (Bunge expresses this result for events, but it holds in full generality for processes): 36 LEO APOSTEL (a) the basis set of this category is the set of processes; (b) processes can be composed by the following operation
This concept of ontological identity is basic, however, and typically different from logical identity (because it is accompanied by change of properties). Here the ranking of properties as more or less essential is evidently crucial. An individual is destroyed if it loses one property of the highest rank of essentiality. Having offered this idea (not worked out at all and waiting for further analysis) as a possible solution for a problem that Bunge tries to solve "by cutting the Gordian knot" (as he is wont to do; perhaps rightly so if he is to reach a workable theory; but we cannot follow him, being less impressed by axiomatic decisions than by the natural development of a system of concepts), we are now ready to derive the truth of a certain number of Bunge's own postulates.
We made a short attempt to define it as a special case of disposition. We could elaborate this attempt as follows: if a thing t is in a state (or process - the distinction is not essential here) i, and if the possible histories that t can have following i contain in most cases the state e, then t in i has a tendency to get into the state e (measured by either the number of histories in which e occurs or, more adequately, the intensity of the forces actually together with i and driving t to the state e).