Schall, James V (2004). On Leisure and Culture: Why Human Things Exist and Why They Are "Unimportant". Modern Age, Vol.46 (Iss. 4). p. 326.
Schall expounds the themes of leisure or the what is, and culture or leisure's surprising origins, which are the conditions and circumstances in which humans try to respond in matters of his existence. He postulates that these two things enables human things to exist not of their own making, on the contrary, the cultural things are of human making presuppose beings that did not make themselves. Finally, culture and leisure mean that men accomplish the highest purpose in creation not in necessity or in obligation, but in delight and in freedom.
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