Tuesday, 16 April 2013

The Too Easy: a collection of not overly convoluted, not overly worked upon fragments

Why don’t you do something? Where activity is presented as a universal constant; where the activity of world-changing is conceived as the transhistorical continuity which defines human presence; where a threshold between capitalism and communism is located and affirmed somewhere along that continuity by marxism; where everything subjectively realised  is goal-oriented, imperative, useful, exigent, contributory, productive, involved, committed, moving... that is where activity also seems most ideologised; that is where it seems most prudent to refuse it.