"...vices are considered capital precisely because they are determining factors in our cultural, genetic and spiritual patrimony, and that is the very aspect, which can in no way be disregarded, which convinced me of the validity of the cultural proposal of this theme. Therefore, it is not at all surprising that it has returned to the forefront in cultural debate, together with the idea of sin and betrayal of moral law, and for who believes, the divine. Obviously it is necessary to remember that the virtues also form part of our cultural patrimony. I for one am amongst those who believe that there does not exist anyone who does not possess at least one element of nobility, perhaps corrupted, betrayed, or buried."
This year's edition is dedicated to the memory of David Foster Wallace.
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