By Eduardo Montes-Bradley
L. a. leyenda de Cortazar no deja de crecer en el corazon del publico que bebio de su talento y de sus relatos; este libro les encantara. Y en aquellos lectores que no han leido a Cortazar, seguro que despertara pasiones encontradas. En muy raras ocasiones accedemos al mito desde su reconstruccion: esta es una de ellas. Ficcion y realidad, mascaras y analisis criticos, en un vortice alimentado por una sociedad como los angeles argentina, tan proclive a los mitos. l. a. mirada de un cineasta y documentalista, Eduardo Montes-Bradley, concentrado en observar a Cortazar aun imberbe. Una biografia atenta a los hechos y documentos relacionados con un intelectual basic del siglo pasado: Julio Cortazar. Un texto ajustado que no renuncia a los angeles ternura y al sentido del humor, prodigo en detalles y anecdotas desconocidas, que aclaran o realimentan -segun en cada quien- los angeles personalidad compleja del autor de Rayuela. Eduardo Montes-Bradley, desde un profundo respeto por los angeles obra del genial artista argentino... o period belga?, va recorriendo su vida desde los angeles infancia, ofreciendonos un fresco detallado que nos ayuda a comprender mejor los angeles etapa de formacion del creador genial. "Esta documentada biografia requiere una segunda parte. l. a. primera resulta imprescindible para cualquier cronopio, para quien guste de un genero renovado, para los buenos lectores de Cortazar o simplemente para buenos lectores." Joaquin Marco"
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15. AT(NP), 8:314-5. 16. , 5:389. 17. More, CSPW, AA, 46. 18. , 42. As it stands, this argument cannot count against Cartesian mechanism, since Descartes' material particles do not move fortuitously, but according to divinely-established laws of nature. However, More did not believe that the initial chaos in Descartes' cosmogony, ruled by mechanical law, could have devolved into the ordered world we know without guiding Providence. A more serious problem is that 'blind fortuitous jumblings' are necessarily not subject to any natural laws whatever, whether mechnical or not.
18 In the 1662 edition of the Antidote, and later in the Enchiridion metaphysicum, More introduced the air-pump experiments that Boyle reported in his New Experiments physico-mechanical touching the spring of the air (1660), to show that one of them at least could not be accounted for in mechanical terms. 19 How can the sucker of an exhausted air-pump draw upwards of its own accord a weight of 100 Ibs. or more? More concedes that Boyle's hypothesis of 'an elastick power in the air' is the most plausible explanation, yet such an enormous pressure ought to exist everywhere in the air; and a pat of butter of the same diameter as the sucker, for example, ought to be squeezed flat, and the liquids squeezed out of it, with a total force of 200 Ibs, which obviously does not happen.
33. AT(NP), 5:383, from Gabbey, 211. 34. , 213. 35. 'Quod vero addit externam aliquam esse vim, sive a Deo sit, sive a substantia ali qua incorporea a Deo creata, qua materia in motum excitatur ... ac si Divina illa vis singula corpora immediate impelleret quae moventur, magna erit difficultas; frustra enim essent mutui corporum impulsus', AT(NP), 5:646, 356. 36. John Henry, 'Occult Qualities'. Henry More and the limits of mechanism 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. More, CSPW, IS, 11. Ibid. Hyrne to More, 19 aug.