“This is morally incorrect” they might say.
// declaration of variables
Morals are about the proper conduct, the customs.
Ethics is the science of morals (meta-level zoom out).
Interestingly, the interest towards ethics increases,
while the interest towards morals decreases.
(especially since 1940)
After all, what is right and what is wrong in the world that has seen it all?
However, there is a need for some kind of navigation.
(especially since 1980)
A system of conduct, even if it is not proper.
The System of Improper Conduct.
// private ethics
Where does one begin?
A horse is licking the vagina of another horse.
This happens sometimes and it seems to be fine in itself
but there are some situations where this may be deemed somewhat improper.
But what is really “proper”?
The origin of the word “proper”
comes from the Latin “proprius”,
which means “one’s own, special”.
what is “proper”
and makes it
not asking the questions that are inconvenient
not walking naked on the streets
The actual “proper” is, then,
i want to be closer = breaching the private space
i want to know = asking wrong questions
i want to enjoy the sun = no nudity on the beach
as it is known,
is not really proper.
To become im/proper
is to reclaim
the notion of proper
to where it really belongs
going outside of oneself
to find what belongs
to be constantly making fools of themselves
to avoid falling into the trappings of context.
/creating one's own/
and losing oneself
to find oneself
The notion of beautiful
and any other notion
that has a reference point,
loses its centrality
and starts to playfuck
1 + 1 = 8
“Together it’s more than the sum of its parts.”
if we assume that waves, oscillations and change are the only constants then whatever it is that appears to be constant is actually not.
“Time prevents everything from happening at once”.
Just by the way of time,
there are no two identical moments,
So the only verifiable truth
everything is changing.
can be taken
how is it changing
how it is different.
notes to oneself:
writing in lowercase
Capital Letters Take Themselves Too Seriously.
non-equilibrium alternation between both
sense of humour
/ability to take a different perspective/
making a leap
sideways and outside
to strangers in the streets
as if you've known them forever.
to treat the people
you've known forever
as if you've never
met them before