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  • The Myth of Culture

    One of the contradictions of the bourgeoisie in its period of decline is that while it respects the abstract principle of intellectual and artistic creation, it resists actual creations when they first appear, then eventually exploits them. This is because it needs to maintain a certain degree of criticality and experimental research among a minority,…

  • The Myth of Education

    One of the most unequivocal findings re childhood from the ethnographic record is children learning their culture without teaching. ‘Navahos abhor the idea or practice of controlling other beings in the course of everyday life’… Inuit ‘parents do not presume to teach their children what they can as easily learn on their own’… An egalitarian…

  • The Myth of Meaning

    What’s the bloody point? Kenneth William’s Last Diary Entry The system is meaningless. It only understands, and only can understand, expansion · · · Meaning comes from conscious being and purposeful doing, both of which are impossible within the system, and violently suppressed when they appear · · · The perfect system is, therefore, comprised…

  • The Myth of Truth

    The system automatically excludes truth.