”Reality is a word without opposite”, said Pierre Mabille1. If a phenomenon exists, if it manifests itself, it cannot be unreal unless it was made before a more or less arbitrary effort in order to catalogue the phenomena through a series of assumptions that can not be but biased in some of its parts. Everything that is is being stated in its existence. And by existing, it automatically enters in dialectical relationship with the whole and its parts, as this and nothing else is the way in which this assertion is developing. The dream could not be less. By manifest itself in reality it cannot but affect directly and regardless to the whole. The dream intervenes, struggles with the existing, first on the individual level explicitly, then on the social level in more subtle but equally significant ways. Today this existence is being hidden by the forces of day and confined, at best, to a non-complete existence, to a shadowy existence in which its powers have come to be quarantined. In this hidden dialectic our desires have been resolved.
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