What is a society? Is it the set of sophisticated social, economic and political methods and structures we set up to organise ourselves today? Or is it the assemblage of temporary human ethic and aesthetic encounters in forests, bars, streets and meeting rooms, continuously dissolving with the promise to coagulate again? And what if those modern methods and structures, created through emancipatory resistance against feudal and religious powers, make up the civilised problem in itself, being nothing better than the powers they conquered?
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