By Luis Rojas Marcos
Testigo privilegiado de una tragedia que siguió paso a paso, Luis Rojas Marcos eleva los angeles mirada para contar lo que vio y analizar las repercusiones de un atentado que marcó un antes y un después en l. a. historia del terrorismo, y, sobre todo, en l. a. historia de los angeles humanidad. Como responsable de los hospitales públicos y miembro del Consejo de keep watch over de Emergencias de los angeles ciudad, Rojas Marcos vivió muy de cerca los sucesos.Los devastadores efectos en l. a. población, l. a. conciencia de vulnerabilidad, el miedo a una amenaza que persiste, los angeles exaltación del nacionalismo, los angeles fobia a los extranjeros, los angeles sed de venganza, el papel de l. a. televisión, los angeles manipulación de los angeles realidad, l. a. falta de influencia femenina, el resurgimiento de los angeles espiritualidad y, por último, el arduo pero inevitable dilema de perdonar lo imperdonable, son los aspectos analizados para clarificar una realidad tan compleja.La formación y los angeles experiencia de Rojas Marcos le permiten ir más allá para explicar los angeles naturaleza del trauma emocional y dar las claves para su superación, haciendo hincapié en l. a. solidaridad y en l. a. asomborsa resistencia del hombre para hacer frente a l. a. adversidad. Su estilo conciso y l. a. claridad expositia incentivan l. a. lectura de un tema que se sitúa en el primer plano de los angeles actualidad.
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Society was essentially aristocratic, that is to say, the continuing achievement of minority effort, and in ceasing to be that, ceased to be anything at all (p. 16). It was in this sense that he defended the ‘old democracy’ against the new. The former had been ‘liberal’ in respecting the rights and, more important, the prerogatives of minorities. Universal suffrage had functioned once as a means whereby the majority chose between ‘minority programmes’ for ‘collective life’ (p. 36). Now it served as the rationale for ‘hyperdemocracy’, the ignorant, lawless appetite of mass-man in the public domain.
The real novelty and danger lay in the sheer presence of ‘the multitude’ in social spaces ‘hitherto reserved’, and the consequent transformation of collective mentality. ‘There are no longer protagonists; there is only the chorus’ (p. 10). By ‘masses’, Ortega insisted, he did not merely mean the labouring classes. The ‘dynamic unity’ of mass and minority defined all social classes. Traditionally, minorities had exercised disproportionate influence in the higher classes, but there too, now, the masses were growing stronger.
From Paul Valéry, the French representative and poet laureate of European intellectuality between the wars, came the proposal for ‘an exchange for literary values’, a means whereby the underlying condition of all politics, an idea of ‘man and man’s duty’, could be elucidated by those who specialized in ‘values’, the intellectuals (Valéry 1963: 69–113). The committee, which was now confirmed as ‘permanent’, began its work in 1931, organizing an international series of conferences (called conversations) and publishing commissioned dialogues on the grave matters of the day (called correspondances).