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Volume 1 The Absolute

“You didn’t understand. We have to start all-over again.” This may be the sentence of a teacher facing a student in a situation of failure. While the human race is convinced of a better and better understanding of the facts of its existence, and the sciences boast of unparalleled knowledge, entire sections of human society are swaying under the weight of their incoherence’s.

So, instead of starting an observation somewhere in the middle of the mistreated process, this book proposes to follow the teacher’s advice, to resume the whole thing from the beginning and to trace the phenomenon until the first origins of its advent. Through the observation of primary phenomena that characterize existence since its emergence, the author proposes a semiology that would allow existence itself to produce its own objectivity and not an objectivation by reason, making it possible to leave the contingencies of appreciation and representation, both definitely disintegrating today’s human society.

Appealing to Authenticity leads to the revealing of the Absolute. When a being puts in evidence its own objectivity by the Authenticity of its fulfillment and the revelation of its journey through its existence in real time, Ethics and Aesthetics arise as incontestable evidences, escaping consequently from any rational determination or post-factual speculation. In the following volumes, in which mankind will be observed in its anthropological journey and in its societal outcome, these observations will prove useful when questions arise about the dysfunctions of human being both as a species and as an individual.

 

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Volume 2 Homo habilis

The appearance of Homo habilis and the Relative that arose with him were predominant factors in the continuity of planet Earth. The observation of this transition to the Relative is essential for the understanding of the present human society and for the prospection of its future evolution. In this book, the author goes in search of the configuration of this transition on the basis of the semiology as described in the first volume. As a primary feature of the differentiation of the human race, the appearance of the mind is the result of complex transformations, finally translated by a genetic transcription. By making a detailed observation of the different stages of this transmutation, the author lays the groundwork for a new approach to the observation and understanding of human functioning and its evolution. It is ultimately in the tracing of gender that the substance of this differentiation will be located, returning to the reproductive relationship in its role as a biological, psychic and intellectual genitor.

It will be only after this introspection in the guts of thought that, in a next step (Volume 3), human species will be able to be observed in its deep enclosures, making it possible to predict new transformations of its filiation.

 

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  Volume 3 Homo sapiens

After introspection into the depths of thought, it is important to highlight its contingencies when it reveals itself as a collective function of existence: human society. Whereas, at first, thanks to the deployment of knowledge, the latter has allowed the species to differentiate from other mammals, mental activity has emerged as a function in favor of social cohesion, for then appear as a lever of individuality. With it came many collective features, such as family and citizenship, but also politics, democracy and capital, or even spirituality as the ultimate survival space for beings haunted by fear of death or harassed by inconsistencies in their own actions. It is in this social configuration that development has manifested itself as the principal exteriority of human society, incarnated today still only by the alternation between remunerative work and exalted consumption, abandoning ecology remaining scarcely a residual space of survive.

In this book, using the observation tools presented in previous volumes, the author proposes a thorough examination of the various aspects of which human society is constituted. These observations could highlight that the Magnificat of individual freedom would be the last manifestation of the creative talent of sapience, preluding that Homo sapiens could succumb to the excellence of its knowledge or to the authority of its beliefs, and even to the exuberance of sensoriality. So, can the Virtual (Volume 4) instill hope for an existence so violated by his own actions?

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  Volume 4 The VIRTUAL

By the creation of Computer Sciences and Cybernetics, human being thought that he was going to bring out virtual spaces in which he could move without being encumbered by the physical aspects of his existence, similar to the Eternal established for the benefit of a life beyond death. He believed that he could thus experience sensory enjoyment, establish relationships, satisfy his consumption needs and free himself from pecuniary constraints, in short take advantage of the benefits of life without suffering the inconveniences. This book shows that by this attempt to provide himself with the immense potentiality of the Internet, human being has exacerbated the relativity of his existence to the point of revealing the expiry of the realities of his being, translating in a way or on another the rejection of its origins as a result of the vices in the functioning of the Real. Haunted by this transformation, he placed all his hope in the creation of cybernetic spaces, believing to generate the happiness he no longer found either by reflection, relativity or relationship.

But to what extent cybernetics is virtual? Can the Virtual depend on the reality of one or the other mental application? Would it contain these abjections that allow the Internet to present itself as an advocate of freedom of expression? The author proposes to go to the discovery of the absolute Virtual, as it is present since the origin of matter, far from all mental lucubration. Would the Virtual not approach the Nothingness, interposing itself between the latter and the Real? Could the Real and the Relative not be beneficiaries of the understanding of the Virtual, and then, in an ultimate step, contemplate Nothingness as the only authentic space of existence?

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By the same author:

 Cuba, a human reality.

By integrating into a Cuban family, the author was able to live the daily realities of a grandmother who raises her two grandchildren, far away from white sand beaches worthy of bronzing oil commercials. The work in tobacco cultures, the persistence of revolutionary commitments and the confrontation with globalization constitute the framework of a peasant life where joie de vivre and fight for survival follow one another at the rhythm of the waves of the Caribbean Sea.In the midst of the brotherly power transition of the Castro’s and the implosion of the neoliberal system, this account shows how much in Cuba the necessary solidarity still constitutes an important lever of daily life where neither the extreme destitution nor opulence disrupt social cohesion. More exploiting the workforce and the environment to access the paradigms of Westernized societies or be satisfied with this friendliness, certainly frugal, but full of gaiety and vitality with, as a bonus, a good life expectancy, that is the question that arises from these testimonies, and whereof the author clearly states the terms at the end of this book.