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The article argues that the human being is understood in historical and linguistic, social and cultural dimensions which constitute their way of living. There is always a sort of gestell (armor) that constitutes a subject of thought and action in every season. The objective is to argue that, currently, there is a frenzy oriented to take advantage of time for the greatest achievement of possible activities which leads to a potentiation of anxiety at pathological levels. Through bibliographic research, this study seeks to infer that the intensity to which humans are subjected carries for a contraposition to life in intensity, which are the neuropsychophysiological pathologies, such as anxiety and depression. There is an unhealthy environment in which the new generations are constituting themselves as subjects.
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