Activists at the Museum of Care invite to discuss the article "How to change the course of human history," which is the basis of a new book by David Graeber, written with anthropologist David Wengrow.
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Voicing the Silence is an exhibition project addressing issues of gender equality in the home, on the legislative level, and in professional spheres such as the field of art.
CCI Fabrika, 18, Perevedenovsky side-street, Moscow, 105082, Russia,
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In this short text, David describes his views on magic as a political process. The phrase with which the text begins is absolutely a punch line!
"Thessalian witches, it was said, would regularly make threats against the cosmos..."
Just imagine a world where people allow themselves to build THIS kind of relationship with the gods!
Publication of the essay: BEYOND THE MONASTIC SELF: JOINT MIND AND THE PARTIAL ILLUSION OF INDIVIDUATION
A previously unpublished essay by David Graeber:
In this short essay, David discusses how a very questionable idea, about the nature of human consciousness, shapes the academic world into a machine for producing "great minds" and, in the end, justifies social structures of inequality.