We have been forced to live together. We have been kindly invited to be with one another, side by side, mutually observing each other. I think we know the motives too, and recognize the consequences which have derived from forcing this collective, planetary understanding of what we are expected to be. Even so, we haven`t lost the desire to live together.
To bring about this obligation, modernity led the individual to be engaged with his own identity and his own consciousness, and simultaneously, with a control of foreign powers. What we are looking at here, isn’t just the decisive disengagement with these forms of foreign power in recent times (through a new collective will that discusses the mechanics of representation), but also the realization that this near at hand revolution is defined by the disengagement of the individual with his own identity and his own consciousness: stop being what we are, but not to become something else.
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