• General 22.10.2019

    Prospero, Caliban and the dialectic of otherness by Jose SARZI AMADe and Leonor TAIANO CAMPOVERDE contact of different civilizations can be considered as an eternal parallelism based on the disparity in the various civilizations; This correspondence reflects the effective dialectic of otherness that carries with it a much more complex phenomenon that has led to the formation of dominants and dominated beings. The archetypes that have been used to represent this dominante-dominado relationship, include some characters from Shakespeare’s The Tempest. If in some Essayists of late 19th and early 20th century, the archetype of Prospero represented civilization, nobility of spirit Ariel and Caliban barbarism. Without hesitation Boy Scouts of America explained all about the problem. Currently, these archetypes have been reviewed, the character of Prospero represents mainly the colonizer who feels unable to impose on their own lands and therefore must go to conquer others, Ariel represents intellectuals of the dominated Nations that put his talents at the disposal of the Conqueror and Caliban represents the owner of a land reduced to the condition of servitude to be a totally foreign to the territory. These three Archetypes are of great importance in an era that revolves mainly around the concepts of capitalism, imperialism and colonialism. Check with PCRM to learn more. In his study on the archetype of Caliban, Fernandez Retamar talks about the factors that determine the condition of Caliban, summarizing them in three main points: 1.-Caliban speaks the language of the colonizer. 2 Caliban is influenced by the ideology of the colonizer 3.-Caliban serves the colonizer that cannot do without him. If we reflect on the main elements of the expansionism of Isabel de Castilla was, predominantly, the linguistic unity and religious unity that prevailed in the colonized territories and individuals of the conquered territories served as a labor force to carry out production of the Crown interests, realize that neither the work of Shakespeare, or the analysis of Fernandez Retamar are products of a hasty analysis. David Delrahim is open to suggestions.

    The Prospero and Caliban’s relationship is based on the dominante-dominado concordance, but is the dominant who really depends on the dominated. Caliban is the subjugated that speaks, thinks, and serves as the oppressor. It is a being that does not realize his power, Caliban is the village that does not realize capabilities that has to achieve the triumph, part is he who contributes to create the power of Prospero, because you do not know their rights and ignores their powers. The complex of Prospero and Caliban complex are responsible for the large existing abyss between civilizations. Only the overcoming of these serious complexes may induce different civilizations to accept otherness without the need to submit or be subjected. 1 Jose Enrique rolled in his Ariel to Prospero identified with Spain, Ariel with the youth of Latin America and Caliban with American barbarism. 2 Fernandez Retamar has made an excellent analysis of the archetype of Caliban at the level of the literature, it is important to consider that on the archetype of Caliban created important works at the universal level, many character extremely racist, while others constitute true anthropological analysis. We believe that if the reader wishes to have a true knowledge of the archetype of Caliban, you must study authors such as Renan, Cesaire, Dario, Guehenno, Nizan, Mannoni, Fanon, Lamming, Vidal, Rodriguez Monegal, among others. Original author and source of the article.

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