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libertad
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liberty
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De hecho, es posible que en algunos de los países que han adoptado el manto de la globalización estén surgiendo modelos nuevos para encontrar la cuadratura del círculo del crecimiento económico, la cohesión social y la libertad política.
In fact, new models to square the circle of economic growth, social cohesion, and political liberty may be emerging in some of the countries that have grasped the mantle of globalization.
-En una lo diré -replicó don Quijote-, y es ésta: que luego al punto dejéis libre a esa hermosa señora, cuyas lágrimas y triste semblante dan claras muestras que la lleváis contra su voluntad y que algún notorio desaguisado le habedes fecho; y yo, que nací en el mundo para desfacer semejantes agravios, no consentiré que un solo paso adelante pase sin darle la deseada libertad que merece.
"I will say it in one," replied Don Quixote, "and it is this; that at once, this very instant, ye release that fair lady whose tears and sad aspect show plainly that ye are carrying her off against her will, and that ye have committed some scandalous outrage against her; and I, who was born into the world to redress all such like wrongs, will not permit you to advance another step until you have restored to her the liberty she pines for and deserves."
Igualmente, Bush reconoce que los extranjeros no pueden imponer la libertad a los pueblos.
Similarly, Bush recognizes that outsiders cannot force liberty on people.
El filósofo alemán Karl Jaspers dijo alguna vez que la libertad europea estaba basada en las antítesis de "el mundo secular y la trascendencia, la ciencia y la fe, la tecnología material y la religión".
The German philosopher Karl Jaspers once said that European liberty was founded on the antitheses of ``the secular world and transcendence, science and faith, material technology and religion.''
––Un argumento que yo me tomé la libertad de poner en duda.
"A proposition which I took the liberty of doubting."
La constitución de la libertad requiere ambas cosas y, de las dos, el Estado de derecho es la más difícil de establecer y mantener, pues no requiere sólo una constitución, sino también –y resulta casi más importante– un poder judicial independiente que sea sensible a las violaciones de las normas constitucionales y otras normas legítimas.
The constitution of liberty requires both, and the rule of law is the more difficult of the two to establish and maintain, for it requires not just a constitution but, almost more importantly, an independent judiciary that is sensitive to violations of constitutional and other legitimate rules.
La Iglesia Católica Romana, tras un largo período de resistencia acérrima, también ha logrado adaptarse a la competencia pluralista, al legitimarla teológicamente en las declaraciones sobre la libertad religiosa que comenzaron con el Concilio Vaticano Segundo.
The Roman Catholic Church, after a long period of fierce resistance, also has adapted successfully to pluralist competition, legitimating it theologically in the declarations on religious liberty that began with the Second Vatican Council.
Pensativo además iba don Quijote por su camino adelante, considerando la mala burla que le habían hecho los encantadores, volviendo a su señora Dulcinea en la mala figura de la aldeana, y no imaginaba qué remedio tendría para volverla a su ser primero; y estos pensamientos le llevaban tan fuera de sí, que, sin sentirlo, soltó las riendas a Rocinante, el cual, sintiendo la libertad que se le daba, a cada paso se detenía a pacer la verde yerba de que aquellos campos abundaban.
Dejected beyond measure did Don Quixote pursue his journey, turning over in his mind the cruel trick the enchanters had played him in changing his lady Dulcinea into the vile shape of the village lass, nor could he think of any way of restoring her to her original form; and these reflections so absorbed him, that without being aware of it he let go Rocinante's bridle, and he, perceiving the liberty that was granted him, stopped at every step to crop the fresh grass with which the plain abounded.
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