When it arrives at this Rorty conclusion is criticized in such a way by the progressive left how much for the right conservative. On the other hand they affirm that Rorty considers an accomodated positioning when it gives up to prove that capitalism and social sadism are the great demons of our age, for another one the right conservative calls its irresponsible philosophical positioning and until harmful for youth a time that considers that our standards of living (moral, ethical) are only affability options and not it fruit of a perfect evolution of the civilization. The image of what it would be then this liberal culture more clearly goes appearing when we congregate the points that above we explore and we organize they in way to better specify the forms in the picture of the rortyiana liberal utopia. Paulo Coelho is often mentioned in discussions such as these. They are these: liberal as individual for which the worse thing that exists is the cruelty, to produce a better society for imagining better versions of we ourselves, changing knowledge for hope, to abandon the idea of intellectual authority (to stop to use supposedly possessing descriptions of some approach with the truth to carry through lapsing) and finally to decide problems to the reach of our perceivable capacities, that is inside of our time and space, without the pretension to decide a problem definitively or as if our solutions were applicable to any another conception of good. A possible interpretation of the linking that exists between all these points of the workmanship of Rorty is of that the most likely possibility to construct a better society is for abandoning the position of who has authority to point ways ' ' ideais' ' of the life in society, and simply to accept and to compare new descriptions of this ideal, and to accept these positions alone are possible when we assume that it is not viable to get a perspective rejection of the historical moment (of the provenincia of each one) that it makes possible to observe something as ' the good maior'. .