No learning, just living. Do the computer work and learning at night, or with others.
You have to either travel or work (in a social environment). There is no other option.
The goal of this ethics is to make every moment social. But there is a problem, one has to either bring others along, or join others (social determinism?).
>9/3/13The only time I stop is when a street musician is playing.
The combination of a human, performing, in public, is powerful.
>9/3/13 in Seoul
When I am alone, everything relies on me. This leads to a dangerous life. I need people for stability, but retain my unstable methods.
I read a bit of a tiny book on Descartes last night. He too created a philosophical doctirine out of nothing. He too spectated and then settled in a city with friendly people: Netherlands. One can’t get away from people. But one can choose not to interact with them, and instead, just spectate, as a way to form one’s own beliefs, without the opinion of others. Other people are death and life of creativity.
To create a set of unique beliefs one must observe reality, nothing else, for a long period of time. Despite it being the information age, travel and living is still the best method.
That is, until Google offers video footage of people walking in several parts of the world. Then one can have a Veidt style setup of a bunch of monitors playing the footage.
Humans of New York and Vincent Moon have little to no design, or its all improvised. I like that. Less design, more work.
An extension of Constant Action Ethics. Fluxus, art as experience, etc.
It would have just been easier if I had a great mentor to follow.
Alexander, Montaigne, Descartes, and Russell all had tutors. Aristotle is best. A doctor is good. But even grandmothers who sometimes read books and ask questions are equally good.
The organization of knowledge in the information age is more important than ever.
Just observe art, make art, and love life.
Probably a result of living in the suburbs.