THE TRIUMPH OF THE AMOEBAS ABOUT MEN, AMOEBAS, AND LANGUAGE .
The following text discusses some relationships between humans, image, and, language, within the perspective that language can be, which often different from what is usually suggested, i.e., not a "barrier" to reaching what is real or profound knowledge but for some people the exact opposite: the only possible way to expand one´s horizons and experience what is to be known about the world. To recognize the positive force of language, we argument is based on the well-known story of writer Helen Keller, who became blind and deaf since she had one and a half years old. The central question is about as the virtues of human spirit determines the way of the thinking and the knowledge beyond despite any sensorial limitation in contrast with some ideas on new expanded experiences come from the use of digital technologies. Our approach is that more important than the "new" skills offered by technological devices the will and the disposition of the person is the fundamental support for to achieve and, understand of any phenomena.
Keywords: Epistemology; Language; Image; Consciousness; Technology.
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