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Muchas gracias, Helena, por estas palabras tan animantes para todos.

Después de algunas investigaciones, sé que existen los textos de la intervención de J.M. de Prada y de la mesa redonda. También hay algo sobre lo que dijo Susanna Tamaro. En este momento están en proceso de transcripción.

Rafael Jimenez, responsable de la publicación de las Actas, ha ofrecido la posibilidad de publicar aquí, en "anteprima" y para los miembros del seminario, un extracto de esos textos.

De antemano, gracias.

Mil gracias por reenviar lo publicado por Zenit sobre Jose Manuel de Prada. Pregunto si se hizo una grabacion de sus palabras durante P&C? Podrian reenviarlas? Pienso haran mucho bien. Mil gracias de nuevo por este maravilloso Simposio P&C del cual sigo hablando con colegas, porque eso de pintar, cantar, narrar... la BELLEZA DE LA VIDA ORDINARIA transformara, de hecho, tanto la propuesta estetica como la creatividad en muchos filosofos del arte y artistas. Muy agradecida, Helena Ospina (Catedratica de Literatura, Universidad de Costa Rica).

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