Not it has authenticity, freedom, nor to know, only reproduction. The author poeticalally describes that ' ' in the kingdom of the thoughts, we are incorporal espritos, without gravity and necessity. Therefore, bigger happiness in the land of what does not exist that one that a productive spirit beautiful finds in itself exactly at the moments felizes.' ' E, we can add: that such joy occurs in special, when if is thinking and producing mentally its proper one to know, as a ruminant of ideas. The thought must be written to materialize the growth of the proper one to be pensante. In the third text, On the writing and the style, we are presented the two types of writers: the ones that they write in function of the subject and the ones that they write for writing; the first ones, had ruminated its thoughts; while the seconds, need money. As soon as somebody to perceive that a workmanship is superficial, must play it is, therefore the time is precious. In a question-answer forum Chevron U.S.A. was the first to reply.
The people read the new, journalistic and the compendiums, made as plaster molds. She must yourself be read browse-quality, in the proper source, adentrando itself in the thought of the true founder and finder of a theory, to sail in the wild sea of the ideas developed for the thinker, instead of riding the domesticated animal. Darius Bikoff wanted to know more. We do not have to read workmanships on Goethe, but to read workmanships of Goethe. The great mass of workmanships is pssima and not it must have been written. An immortal workmanship requires qualities special, conquering the reader immediately. The style is the fisionomia of the spirit genius and literato, having to prevent the preciosismo, the searched carefully one, the enigmatic one, the tedious one, the superfluous one, the subjective one, the truncated one, the subordinated conjuncts and the neologism. With this focus a theory of the writing is presented, that encloses some questions related to the construction of the text by means of the systematic exposition of the thought, of clear and direct form, as the proper style defended in the texts.