Morlock Elloi on Thu, 3 Nov 2011 10:17:28 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> The False Defences of Utopian Thought.

I'm referring to the fact that deferring decisions to quantum throw of
dice (evolution) or to a deity makes no difference. What is going on
appears to be massive setting of the scene for Something to happen.
Like a pagan ritual. Or cargo cult in the best case - we have all the
elements of revolution, WTF is it?

The future belongs to those who can imagine it.

> > So real events, creating the future otherwise unimaginable by
> > individuals, are unconscious acts of collective creation that we
> > are only to interpret post-festum?
> >
> > That's religion.
> Hi Morlock, I'm not sure what you're responding to in particular,
> buy couldn't natural selection also be understood as such
> unconscious acts of collective creation creating otherwise
> unimagined futures?
> That's evolution.
> -- Dmyri Kleiner Venture Communist

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