The Enlivenment Manifesto: Politics and Poetics in the Anthropocene
Andreas Weber, philosopher and biologist, writes in his Manifesto among others:
The political agenda of the Enlightenment was intended to elevate humankind from its incapacitation by granting it rational agency. A policy of life (Enlivenment) enlarges this struggle to a more comprehensive goal: liberating the feeling and creative human from the colonization by an ideology of dead matter, granting it the right not only to rational, but also to embodied agency, and to meaningful experience.
I have found the Enlivenment Manifesto very close to the Unified-Physics philosophy of the New Paradigm. Therefore I have now shortly commented some of the important points of his text, especially common with the new philosophy. For more click here.
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