In Kafka’s Metamorphosis there is no radical metamorphosis, but the installation of human consciousness in the body of an insect. In this way, Germán Sierra highlights the inability of contemporary thought to think adequately about change – an inability which, in the face of the mass and volume of transformations that our relationship with technology […]
Beyond the End of the Night
Responding to Jean Monnet as follows: Europe will make itself in crises, and it will be the sum of the lessons learned on the path it has taken towards its own realisation.
all that you ever hated all that you ever loved was here
Even if there is an order in the cosmos, it does not include the human being.
Radical Exoticism – Part III
Along the irreversible path of universal progress, nothing “wild” is dead, everything rises or will rise again with vehemence and virulence, “right in the heart of our ultra-sophisticated and ultra-vulnerable systems, disarming them” without gasping.