In addition, what referred to Salvatierra’s doctor with what things? To education? To the policy? A anthropology? Just in case, I sailed as I could in a modest sea of vagueness and common places that, for those anachronistic and virtually timeless beings should not be both. How have things changed! sighed doctor Villalobos to hear my succinct and tottering story today everyone is enrolled, while in my time I had to fight as a conscript for the children of the rural world could learn the four rules. At best, the situation is not as idyllic as it seems intervened Unamuno. What do you say? He inquired the other. That maybe everyone manages to study, but does not learn much. Literacy is not the same as culture. More teaching does not necessarily equals greater knowledge by one who receives it.
We put an example he said, to see signs of disagreement by some members of the group. When Cervantes published Don Quixote had very few people who knew reading and accordingly could enjoy with his great novel, but then lawyers were cultured people, who mastered the knowledge of his time. Instead, he now added, without explicit if the temporal adverb referred to my historical today or yours, than in what had a small chronological mess, people know many inconsequential trifles, but lacks the intimate vision and general world in which he lives, lacks depth and intellectual perspective, lives in an inane superficiality. Tovar then gave a slight nod noseband and added: I have read something similar in Don Jose Ortega and continued, ignoring the gesture of displeasure of Unamuno, who criticizes the barbarism of specialization, as he calls. That is, that in a world of fragmented knowledge, people reach an understanding if you want ever deeper, but materials whose scope will gradually reducing while missing instead that global vision of the world, this weltanschauung which Don Miguel claims.