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Category: Society & Culture

The moment is now to rethink the future, to question our market oriented way of life, and how our acceptance of the way toward life keeps us in a holding pattern. We explore the way to surpass this.

January 19, 2021

#54: Rethinking the slow movement

Our way of life sets a frenetic pace, that is akin to a vicious circle. Can we slow down or should we rather abandon this way in favour of a pace more in keeping with the natural rhythms of life. We discuss

January 17, 2021

#53: Rethinking people before profit

We often hear this but is this even possible if we do not consider what underwrites our way of life; how we make others a means. We discuss.

January 14, 2021

#52: Rethinking consumer sovereignty

What does consumer sovereignty become when average social relations are potentialized from want to creativity. We discuss.

January 12, 2021

#51: Rethinking choice in light of the supplement

We reserve time as a supplement so the choices that would potentialise life have to considered in light of this given, we discuss. 

January 7, 2021

#50: Unmarketing the relation

To unmarket our way of life is to dispose of the way of our communication when beholden to marketing. We explore this transition in greater detail.

January 5, 2021

#49: Social distancing has always been our way

When independence is considered an ideal whereby you must secure it against the "they" we set in motion a way of life that has at its core social distancing as an ideal. We discuss 

January 4, 2021

#48: The indivisibility of creativity

If we are marginal, then to potentialise our lives through an indivisible creativity would be a way of over overcoming our slightness. We discuss the way towards this

January 3, 2021

#47: Purgatory is our way

Is life about securing credit for the afterlife of our labouring? If so are we substantiating purgatory as a way of life and the marketing of visions to console us with? We discuss.

January 2, 2021

#46: The meaning of our way of life

We are market oriented, but what exactly does that mean? We explore this question with a view to surpassing it.

December 31, 2020

#45: Rethinking our time in light of our indivisibility

If we are marginal, in the sense we are a means towards the end of life we presuppose, we look at our indivisibility as the ideal we should aspire to in our way towards it.