Tequila_Wolf

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Tequila_Wolf wrote

Not really. I think that humanity itself is an oppressive (transcendent normative) construct that stratifies us along the lines of rulers/ruled/excluded.

Working out a situated (i.e. contingent, non-transcendent) posthumanism might work here, and I think that there are some people working on that, but I don't believe it will be realised before the collapse fundamentally reshapes global relations, so it's not really useful to be hopeful about it.

I like my friends, and I want to grow in collective power together with them and those we have affinity with, widening the cracks in the state-capitalist world systems, making new worlds as available as possible to as many people as possible.