Month: May 2020


  • The End of the Old Earth, the Beginning of the New World

    Coming November 3 from Snuggly Books (USA) “Paridaiza, a sense-stimulating game invented at the end of the first decade of the twenty-first century, is a three-dimensional reproduction of Earth; a vast holographic territory referred to by its devotees as Biearth to distinguish it from what they now—and not without irony—call Old Earth. Cities such as […]

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  • “You Should Be Happy To Be Alive”, Says the Master to the Slave. Pandemic Biopolitics in 2020.

    “You Should Be Happy To Be Alive”, Says the Master to the Slave. Pandemic Biopolitics in 2020.

    In 2020, a pandemic shook the earth across nations and continents, inducing a heavy human, economic and psychological cost. The core of the crisis was not principally an issue of statistics, logistics, or even physical health: the essence of the 2020 pandemic disorder was humanity’s deficiency in political and philosophical health. Philosophical thinking, in its […]

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  • Awakening Your Inner Philosopher

    Awakening Your Inner Philosopher

    Birds are singing outside in the garden, perched on trees. I close my eyes and listen to one of them chirping. There is a silence, then a high-pitched chitter composed of a facetious signature of notes, then silence again. Then a similar musical coding repeats. As I focus, the sound seems to be now located […]

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  • The Exinterior of a Car

    The Exinterior of a Car

    In the beginning there was the impression. The idea that we can reinvent the world based on a renewed perception of things, situations, conceptions, ways of life. In the beginning there was the necessity to start from and with yourself. What is the core of your being? Can you access it via an impression or […]

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