Ancient city discovered in Guatemala.

Story here. And HERE.

Philosophical speaking, The usual orientation that we have upon our relationship with technology could be the result of a religious kind of functioning of the brain/consciousness. In light of what Heidegger attempts to tell us of Ancient Greek understanding of our place in the universe, It may be that the link we see between our civilization and our technology is one of an intact faith, an intrinsic mythology.

If this be the case, then we have a rationale that diverges from popular conventions of communal knowledge and progress; we might find that we get outside of such faith through an ‘undecided rejection’, a refusal to participate, as Badiou suggests, in “party politics” that celebrates its limitations as ubiquitous and all- encompassing.

Author: landzek

My name is Lance Kair, a philosopher, a counselor and a musician who is being questioned.

3 thoughts on “Ancient city discovered in Guatemala.”

    1. @transspace. But my posts just linked there, show up there. Perhaps oddly enough, I just do t get Twitter. It doesn’t make sense to me. 🤣

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