Within my generation to persist in political literature is an anachronism. In my defense I'd say that in my life politics came before writing; there's no reason why I should pay tribute to literature. There is nevertheless an anachronism; my approach to politics. I belong to the theater of morality in a time of behavioral economics. I'm unable to go beyond the last –perhaps the only– debate of moral politics, that of realism against utopians. I'm not alone and I'm not sure if that is a motive of hope. Behavioral economics proved to be something far from utopian; surprisingly, it has also proved to be far from what we understood as realism.