Nature is not natural and can never be naturalized — Graham Harman

Sunday, June 20, 2010

The problem

... is not so much the human as it is the self. Discuss.

3 comments:

jawa said...

I've thought for some time that 'a problem is never really solved.' There may be instances of clarity and appropriation... static instances... but really? is there permanence to our human solutions?

I propose that evolution negates permanent solution.

jawa said...

Or, more to your query....
The self, singular or collective, can only solve singular problems, individually, and sequentially.

The human problem is too fractal, or perhaps fractured.

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jawa said...

Again? Sorry.
To the ecological/environmental question, as is currently posed.... requires the utmost dedication by the individual, in collaboration with "the human."

getting lost