Dedication to a Better World
It strikes me that
Abraham Heinemann's following paragraph has captured with a flash of extraordinary brilliance every thing regarding FLOK since last September.
Beun Vivir - a bright shinning star on an otherwise grim horizon.
Abraham Heinemann <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Governments generally don't run on "living well" and this concept seems like it may be a shield, the good face turned towards the public and the 'mal vivir' or the 'living not so well' hidden behind it. My questions are, does Buen Vivir al-ready exist in any society, indigenous or not and if so what does it look like? Can Buen Vivir even exist at the high standards it promotes? Or Can/are these concepts be/ing used as a model for new development strategies that will provide a space where different ontologies can freely and openly interact and work together to raise the quality of life where old strategies have failed. In between the exploitation and abuse of these concepts, will it be possible to harness something good that may help people to start working in new and positive directions?
: Can Buen Vivir really exist in a capitalist society that promotes universal competition; the answer is in all likelihood - no.But are efforts possible?
Yes,Can these efforts be ultimately successful without a phase transition to cooperative models? the answer is again: no,But we can built signposts along the road, [to this transition] and in this sense, the FLOK soci-ety effort is of historical importance,Michel
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