07/19/2020 (Sun) 00:14:38
That sounds like a very good and informative routine but it also sounds like a very lengthy project with a few discrepancies.
I personally believe in geniuses. Rather than the now traditional viewpoint that works of creations are spawned from some degree of collaboration.
'These plays [Shakespeare's] were made and mediated in the interaction of certain complex material conditions, of which the author was only one. When we deconstruct the Shakespeare myth what we discover is not a universal individual genius creating literary texts that remain a permanently valuable repository of human experience and wisdom; but a collaborative cultural process in which plays were made by writers, theatrical entrepreneurs, architects and craftsmen, actors and audience; a process in which plays were constructed first as performance, and subsequently given the formal permanence of print.'
(Holderness, 1988, p. 13)
It may be possible for someone like me to ponder and explore myself and notice the existential intricacies of the world, but that would not do me much service since I would hit a barrier since I am no genius. You may be coming from good heart. Your idea may seem enlightening. But as someone who does not romanticize nature; someone who views it as an escape for humans, I believe that true justice in productivity lays in slotting backing into society. That is not to say conform. Conformity is oh-so bad. But finding a practice to develop a foundation of characteristics that would assist me in inserting myself back into society is my desire.
I very much denounce the actions of the mobs that we witness on the news. I also heavily despise the social media fanatics - gone so far to oppose those who simply install said applications. But the common trend makes it seem that the only acceptable way back in is to just accept the existence of such specimens. To submit. What do I do? Am I too philosophical? Am I blowing my problems out of proportion?