Gregorio Morales (born 7 July 1952), is a Spanish novelist.
Gregorio Morales represents a movement named quantum aesthetics that aims to look at human difficulties of all ages from a new perspective that solely derives from modern sciences such as particle physics, astronomy or psychology. In this way, Puerta del Sol (The Sun Door) (2002) is about love and genre violence. These themes are developed in a plot in which the boy representing the main character, faces the great assassin that he himself will be; and the adult murderer will face the little boy he was. These actions occur in a turbulent simultaneity of time and space. In Nómadas del Tiempo (Nomads of Time) (2005), Morales deals with the same problems, but this time inquires whether love is necessarily bound to age and space. He develops the story by having two couples travel to parallel dimensions, in which they change their ages and circumstances.
Although it may not seem so at first glance, quantum aesthetics has no relation with science fiction. The latter emphasizes different realities, while authors like Gregorio Morales are more interested in understanding humankind. This does not mean that they do not write about virtual worlds as in the case of Ptawardya in Morales’novel Nómadas del Tiempo (Nomads of Time).
Morales has also written essays, the most important of which is El Cadáver de Balzac (Balzac’s Corpse) (1998), in which – with respect to the great French novelist - Morales censures repetition and defends a new paradigm that will discover mystery to the readers making it a part of their daily lives. This book was basic for the foundation of The Quantum Aesthetics Movement, that spread throughout the world, and appeared in the United States of America as The World of Quantum Culture (2002), whose first chapter "Overcoming the Limit Syndrome", belongs to Morales. In the books Principio de incertidumbre (Uncertainty principle) (2003) and La isla del loco (The Island of the lunatic) (2005), the author goes deep into the chore and develops the ideas contained in El cadaver de Balzac. Morales cultivates and unites all the genres that transgress the habitual limits of humankind, in order to get to know and apprehend its nature. This is the reason why eroticism appears constantly in his works together with science and terror. In this way Morales has written El juego del viento y la luna (The wind and moon game) (1998), which is the only universal erotic anthology that has ever existed in Spanish; the book of tales called Erotica Sagrada (Sacred Eroticism) (1989) and the essay Por amor al deseo. Historia del erotismo (For the love of desire. The History of eroticism) (2006).
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