Collective Genius and Change of Existential Paradigm

Article Date Accepted: !dateAccepted; | Article Date Published : 27 November 2018 | Page No.: 704-716

Abstract

When moving from Kant’s architectonics of knowledge to Blumenberg’s paradigm of a shipwrecked humankind adrift in the medium of its immersion, the latter appears dynamic, i.e. susceptible of creating and transmitting vortexes. Hence, the need for a social rheology, in which the coherent bodily movements of the largest masses end up not just putting a literal spin on events but sucking from non-being into being the very factuality of our next global experience.


          Playing particularly well the role of inert, compliant matter suffices to give the bulk of a social body a decisive edge of competitiveness, apt to make it deliver in excess of a mediocre remake vision. This outstanding radiance comes not from an exceptional new inspiration but from the superior social conductivity of a previously existing, underrated idea repeated until it fits the changing context.


If the radiance of a work is understood as its capacity to touch deepest the greatest number, the synchronic movement of this large public when touched appears instrumental in deepening and amplifying the touch. A superior passive conductivity can considerably eclipse the content of a vision, practically stealing the brilliant show of individual genius and relocating it in a corporeally, collectively accessible invisible.    


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A. CRISTIAN, “Collective Genius and Change of Existential Paradigm”, sshj, vol. 2, no. 11, pp. 704-716, Nov. 2018.

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Issue: 2018: Volume 02 Issue 11
Page No.: 704-716
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