Jorge Peña e-mail(Inicie sesión)

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What is called by Polo as "the native freedom" derives from the acceptance of the being offered and that is precisely known as such in the act of accepting it as a gift. This native freedom requires a destination to be unfolded. Freedom requires radicality as well as horizon. The radical freedom only exists where its horizon is open to big question puting the entire life at stake. The structure of the heroic myth illustrates the difficulties of the freedom. In the true free act we choice at the same time that we consent. The dialectic of this time free act is illuminated by the basic confidence of the native freedom and the taking into account of the beneficiary (destination).

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Jorge Peña, Universidad de los Andes.

Santiago de Chile