Ahora bien, ¿Swift estaba en lo cierto al considerar que la bribonería era el principal motivo de la ininteligibilidad?
But was Swift right to see knavery as the main motive for unintelligibility?
El comentario de Jonathan Swift en el siglo XVIII resuena en el mundo actual de la “intermediación” financiera: hoy, como entonces, las finanzas envuelven  su “complicación de bribonería y fraude” en una “jerga ininteligible”.
Jonathan Swift’s eighteenth-century barb resonates in today’s world of financial “intermediation”: now, as then, finance shrouds its “complication of knavery and cozenage” in “unintelligible jargon.”
LONDRES – “A través de la argucia y la astucia de los corredores de bolsa se ha generado tal complicación de bribonería y fraude, tal misterio de iniquidad y tal jerga de términos ininteligibles como nunca se conoció en ninguna otra época o país”.
LONDON -- “Through the contrivance and cunning of stock jobbers there hath been brought in such a complication of knavery and cozenage, such a mystery of iniquity, and such an unintelligible jargon of terms to involve it in, as were never known in any other age or country.”
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