Wisdom is not found in philosophy, but is an interview through madness, the enigma and beyond the borders of logos: such is the discourse that can be argued from the novel Olegaroy by the Mexican David Toscana (2017). What this article exposes is the superior position that the narrative gives to the wisdom before the western philosophy, for which it is supported in the text The birth of the philosophy, by the Italian Giorgio Colli. In light of this thought, the article reviews the boundaries between the pre-Socratics and the inauguration of the Dialogues of Plato, and goes to the future of the protagonist in which it concludes a claim for wisdom, far from philosophy.
|Translated title of the contribution
|A wise man in the Mexican north: Olegaroy by David Toscana or a frontier for philosophy
|Number of pages
|Revista de Humanidades (SPAIN)
|Published - 25 Oct 2022
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