Jean Piaget

But long before, they were the religious dogmas that spread the thesis of the social order like mystical dogma, so that, outside by the norm of the social organization or by episteme dogmatic, the disorderly person would face serious problems. But in the disorder everything is not negative, they verify as and they maintain it figures of the science, the Literature or the policy, that in their public and deprived life were disorganized contumaces. A graphical and well-known example was the writing-desk of Albert Einstein. It was an absolute chaos and in some occasion it defended publicly his disorder with affirmations like this one: " If a jammed table is symptom of a disorderly mind, then what we must think of a writing-desk emptiness? " Alexander Fleming is another example of disorder productivo". One went of vacations without ordering nor cleaning his laboratory and when returning he found mould in his culture of bacteria, which allowed to discover the antibiotic action him of penicillin.

Another example? Famous Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget. Piaget lived in a complete chaos, and when it affirms that chaos was total" it is not exaggerated. The papers and the books arrived until the ceiling of almost all the atmospheres of their house, because it was never possible to be verified if the sanitary rooms also were stuffed of papers, books or notes. Piaget maintained that his it was not an improvised disorder, but the fruit of years of accumulated disorder, that it had baptized like " order vital". He himself justified su" disorder with this sentence: " I lose less time looking for something I need when it every day that ordering ". The English dramatist Thomas Middleton resorted to the irony to justify his lack of order: " One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is continuously making descubrimientos&quot new and exciting;.