Tag Archives: emergence

How r’evolution carries itself forward by the Working Groups of Occupy

R’evolution is shorthand for the jump time of evolution, when social relations that have been frozen for a long time start thawing and the obsolescence of the dominant social order becomes obvious to the multitudes. It’s a time of unfreeze, a fascinating moment, when what the future can become is up to us, to our [...]

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General Assemblies: the primordial soup of social life in the 3rd millennium

—   an essay about evolutionary dynamics and the Occupy movement — Part One   1. How life assembled itself   The origins of life Where were you and I, and what did we do, 3.5 billion years ago? Most likely, swimming in one of the Earth’s before-life oceans, close to the shoreline, as self-replicating but [...]

General Assemblies: the primordial soup of social life in the 3rd millennium
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