“Letters to myself”

A philosophical blog about everything

Ethics, aesthetics, society, technology, life, cosmos

“Every sentence I utter must be understood not as an affirmation, but as a question.” – N. Bohr

In the jungles of modern world’s capitalism, in a huge big company… they’re not aiming to make just a good product.

They’re just trying to make a product that will sell well.

Values there don’t aim a healthy, beautiful, prosperous society, but only to fill their own pocket with money, no matter if letting other people die.

That’s completely wrong because we are all connected, we are all fruits of the same tree – the tree of life, we share the same home – the earth, we share the same roof – the sky.

Value, quality, perspective? All these things are unimportant in the mainstream of capitalism today – just to sell, just to promote, just to hold on to their position.

We live in times of anti-humanism. Money and greed have conquered ordinary people. The sudden ultra-globalization of markets and sharp information revolution has only increased the masses of fools.

Systems and organization of resource and energy fluxes corresponds to the volume and geometric structuring of the environment – that is, what is the composition of the flow of people and their labor, its complexity and depth, so their self-organization and regulation of efficiency.

Today’s model is inefficient… our world is in crisis. With globalization and ultra-productivization, the money-market model of generations before yesterdays – of capital accumulation and distribution – is becoming increasingly irrelevant. As if feudalism were today. Actually what we see, by the way – the profound absurdity, the inappropriateness to progress and the common good of techno-feudalism of overgrown bureaucratic based, authority biased corporations and states.

All these systems work well on a small scale, adaptation is needed when outgrowing them. Laws, society, companies, money…

The next systems to be decentralization, universal basic income, and the rejection of money as the main stimulant of production.


  • We’re all gonna die someday

    In the end, death makes us all the same. At this point in time, under the given conventions of our development, death is a good thing.…


  • Freedom vs. Control

    Ah, but how skillfully the corporations managed to outsmart the people by taking away control over their own devices, all under the guise of so called…


  • Self-spinning nature of progression

    Spiral of progression Black and white Something and nothing Prosperity and crisis It’s all necessary, it’s all natural… spiraling through itself, thus the eternal motion of…


  • Human being is the essence

    It’s not the place that beautifies the man, it’s the man who beautifies the place. The same can be said of destiny. It’s not destiny that…


  • it’s complicated it’s complicated it’s complicated

    The world is a very complex, messy and spontaneous place. We’re human beings, and in our society and our systems of living, it’s even more complicated.…


  • Creator’s purposes in ages of generative ai

    In the age of ai and generative tech, creating stylistic craft art has become meaningless – meaning – that is, meaningfulness, the necessity of the common…


  • Culth of youth

    The cult of youth is everywhere today, I don’t accept it. Young people are mostly inexperienced, undeveloped, some are clearly stupid. Maybe this is reflexive of…


Chinese (Simplified)