If in them to attempt against sconsideraes of this paragraph, we will see characteristic there of thought conceptistaque, in my opinion, translates with perfection the human baroque thought. The man of today baroque to how much that one of the past ‘ ‘ polarizadopor contradictory forces and inspired by the dither of the mystery religioso’ ‘ , sedento for the mystery the holy ghost to justify its existence and placing nooposto of ideas and words the formula of its soul: one to be that it lives we dosextremos, that it breathes the good and the evil, that walks between madness and sensatezpara if to carry through and to changed themselves into this being that lives in search of answers. When we take otexto of the Foot. Vieira for this optics, we see that the sermon speaks to this current, full man of doubts and searching orientation divine or, restricting more the field deorientao, religious. I go, however, to try to consider the reason of the Pe.Vieira to use the fish in this metaphor to the attitudes of the men, being led emconsiderao the baroque thought.
I do not go, however, to try to justify the grandemetfora. I will make hypotheses from the baroque knowledge and of experinciade here cabvel world. Koch insists that this is the case. First, it seems me that to speak to the fish he serves of revolt, if to consider that a man saint has the incumbency to bring ‘ ‘ words deDeus’ ‘ to the lost men. In this manner, Foot. Antonio Vieira discloses to its revoltacom the situation where the men if found and turns the coasts they to parafalar with the fish. As to look at, if to lead in consideration that the fish are the men to who the Priest speak, in send to the situation of the fish/men to them. Where they are the fish, seno dentrod’ water to listen to the message of the representative of God? As well as the fish they nopodem to leave the water total to listen to such message, they emerge of time emquando for ouviz it with more clarity.