1. Ser Persona. (Audio) - About being a person.

Se comienza pidiendo 4 voluntarios y se les explica su función: uno va a hacer de persona, otro, de espejo, otro de animal, un perro, y otro de encarcelado amarrado.

La persona debe pintar una casa y los demás tratar de hacer lo mismo.

Lógicamente, el espejo se limita a reproducir lo que hace la persona. El animal no puede hacer nada, y el encarcelado, quiere y sabe, pero no puede.

Se hace luego el comentario. La persona ha pensado, ha decidido y lo ha hecho libremente. El espejo se ha limitado a reproducir uno a uno los trazos de la persona. No puede pensar ni decidir ni actuar

El animal, nada, ni piensa, ni decide ni ejecuta. Y el encarcelado sí piensa y quiere, pero no puede, porque no es libre.

Se ven aquí las cualidades que distinguen a una persona de los demás seres. La persona tiene inteligencia, es capaz de pensar y decidir y como es libre, ejecuta lo que quiere.

Luego, resumiendo la persona completa es un ser con inteligencia, voluntad y libertad.

Es diferente del animal, pues aunque a veces parece que piensa, en realidad no lo hace, sino que se guía por el instinto. Que es como algo prefabricado, propio de cada animal. “

¿Por qué el gato come pescado, y la vaca, hierba?

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1. About being a person.
We begin by requesting four (4) volunteers and explaining their functions: one will serve as a person, the other one will act as a mirror, the other one act as an animal, a dog, and the other one will be tied up and imprisoned. The person must draw a house and every one else has to try to do the same within their means. Logically, the mirror is limited to reproduce what the person draws. The animal cannot draw anything, and the imprisoned one, thinks, knows and wants to but cannot accomplish anything.

After this it is noted that the person has thought about what he wants, has made a decision, and has carried it out. The mirror has limited itself to reproducing one by one the lines drawn by the person. It could not think, decide, nor act accordingly. The animal, nothing, it cannot think, it cannot decide, and cannot carry out. And the imprisoned one can think, wants to and is able to carry things out, but is unable to because/she he is not free.

We see here the qualities that distinguish a person from other beings. The person has intelligence, is capable of thinking and deciding, and since he/she is free, carries out what he/she wants.

Later, in summary, the person is a complete human being with intelligence, will, and freedom.

He/she is different from an animal, because even though at times, an animal seems capable of thought, he is not really capable of it, and is only guided by instinct. An animal is similar of something preprogrammed, and does something typical of that animal. For example, why does the cat eat fish, and the cow eats grass?


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