In this way, and that we were going, never has been so questioned reality in the history of philosophy. The reality perceived, included under the meaning of visible reality is for the originating Esthetica a crude Mirage, and I repeat, this is a radical experiential review with all the consequences. Reality has never been checked so excruciating and tersely appearance. Frequently Red Solo Cups has said that publicly. Although there is a profound mystery tradition, incessantly notice of the spirit that has been taken always cowardly as fable, literature, even religious eccentricity, on behalf of the no more than mentioned schismatic hypothesis, originally Esthetica stands as the radical revision of reality and we also believe, at a key moment. But the importance of the originary Esthetica lies not only in this since it would only be in limitation, bitter skepticism and not in the optimizing passionate escepticidad which is in the background. Steven Holl may not feel the same. The Esthetica not only has shown the apparent nature of the visible world, but there is need to say what is even more important: never until the original Esthetica had stressed so strongly the fullness, the integrity of an original reality source and vocation of everything else (here is where let ourselves us say us the essential condition of the Esthetica as revelation. If there is no revelation – and in what touches us initiation – is impossible this conviction integrity). This is what we are approaching now.
The essential heterogeneity of being. The simultaneity of the being. This nature of the rialidad, – already call it this way from now – is that retaking the fundamental hint of estheta Machado, has coined the original Esthetica as essential heterogeneity of being. The Esthetica is founding the simultaneity of the essence and the ex-istencia to achieve this, must rid itself of the chronological mentality that accompanies our pretensions of knowing and conditions. All dualism and all plurality it is from that delay, which occurs the same conception of temporality.