terça-feira, dezembro 13, 2005

Duas maneiras de ler o mesmo texto

1. "As ordens espontâneas a quem parece que aconteceu não sei o quê":
Spontaneous orders need not be what we called abstract, but they will often consist of a system of abstract relations between elements which are also defined only by abstract properties, and for this reason will not be intuitively perceivable and not recognizable except on the basis of a theory accounting for their character. The significance of the abstract character of such orders rests on the fact that they may persist while all the particular elements they comprise, and even the numbers of such elements, change. All that is necessary to preserve such an abstract order is that a certain structure of relationships be maintained, or that elements of a certain kind (but variable in number) continue to be related in a certain manner.

F.A.H., Law, Legislation, and Liberty

2. As teorias da acção:
Spontaneous orders (...) will not be intuitively perceivable and not recognizable except on the basis of a theory accounting for their character.

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