Protestant Life

The life of words. Long ago some people holding that words have a life of their own, who are born to live an uncertain destination like us. I guess that it is a metaphor to better explain the change that is taking its meaning, pronunciation and writing over the years. Those who say this way do not tolerate obstacle or limits on the exercise of freedom of thought, spoken or written. They argue that if they accept the brake must do so with other abuses, they know that frown and severity may become demands advances more intimate that supported once shed the fineness of our spirit, marring him under the pretext of respect for the canon. There are others who are in the Antipodes and forcejean with the language of the street trying to establish its absolute control.

For them the words have immutable one way and a Fund, which must be observed and practiced with absolute rigour. Most of the time I am with a few, and few others with others. The first, Liberals of tomo and loin, is they move with the speed of sub-Atomic particles arriving to be awarded the creation of new words, it is the case of the German Fritz Jahr who invented the word bioethics. I mention Jahr, Protestant theologian, philosopher and German educator by his formidable neologism – bio-ethik, in language of origin – and significant power that it contains, that will keep it alive perhaps for how long. At the opposite end often happens that some words and the precious cargo of ideas that move get to grow old and die. Spectral, spend long time until come the literati and resurrect them giving again life to Polish them with care and make them aware of what happened while they were dead, so seek to prevent a return to the circulation where taken by very rare words. For many, the literati are responsible for maintaining the incandescent crucible in which are born, live and relive the words. The language of the street brings him with energy, toughness and extraordinary narrative strength, always needed of Express symbolically the social conflict which becomes party to outflank the marginality and isolation that exists in urban societies. Sooner or later the writer is compelled to intervene in the struggle between the vernacular and the language of the street, their transit through this territory will test the lucidity of his words to register the segment more I live private peoples history.

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