Scrates understood this well, therefore, it made with its irony, with that excessively the things could be aperceber of the complexity of the causes and the ends of all, however, the majority was not interested for these questions, restricting itself, thus, speculative knowing to the philosophers, which, as already he said we must all applause, however, not necessarily to bend us in submission, therefore, the cognoscitiva capacity reach in them to all, even so laziness of the search also wound to many. The continuity of the quarrel in as the paragraph if of the one for the agreement that the author has, of that no source of knowledge if initiates for the understanding of the particular things, but, in contrast, must be apprehended the knowledge of what it is more universal possible, so that enxergando beyond, the ideas can go if organizing and funnelling themselves. In this paragraph, Aristotle still sample that the search of the man cannot stop in mere answers, but, must always make with that these answers, are each time more concise and can be in been constant of perfectioning. To this point I agree to the opinion of the author, because in itself the man tends to search the perfect one, even so, it is not perfect, and with the search of the perfection how much he will become it to the answers more perfect; how much to the dynamics of this search stimulates that them to walk, not according to its certainties, but, according to its cognoscitiva capacity that for signal is indizvel and unimaginable. In short, it is necessary to leave itself to apprehend for (logos), the reason that does not nationalize in them, but, it considers them an efficient dynamics. Although short, the third paragraph, holds great part of the central idea of the text, therefore, the author dialogues the beginning of the philosophy as being something that searched answers, more specifically: which would be the first principle, the cause of existence and the last end of all the things? This process of inquietante and infrevel investigation if extends throughout the room paragraph, thus ratifying, the philosophical principle as ' questioning curioso'.