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  52. <h1>Futurs</h1>
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  61. <p><em>Quelques liens et réflexions liés à un arbre des possibles.</em></p>
  62. <h2 id="topia">Topia <a href="#topia" title="Ancre vers cette partie" aria-hidden="true">#</a></h2>
  63. <blockquote lang="en">
  64. <p>It’s true that we’re not going to get utopia. The planet has already warmed by one degree Celsius. Most of the coral reefs are going to die, and many of the glaciers will melt. Climate change is here, leaving grubby human fingerprints on parched, burned, flooded and melted landscapes. But we don’t have to settle for dystopia. It’s going to be worse, but it doesn’t have to be bleak. We can have a “topia,” an ordinary future where we go about ordinary lives in cities on stilts, missing what we’ve lost but looking forward to better things. There is light in the future that doesn’t come from burning.</p>
  65. <p><cite><em><a href="">Thinking about Climate on a Dark, Dismal Morning</a></em> (<a href="/david/cache/2020/c1c53ee2ef8544ad798629bf8a3b7249/">cache</a>)</cite></p>
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  67. <p>Tout dépend de ce que l’on considère avoir perdu. Plus on est privilégié et plus cette <em>topia</em> sera difficile à vivre. Ce qui serait peut-être plus juste ?</p>
  68. <p>Je lisais aussi un article sur le triptyque guerres-famines-épidémies qui nous pend au nez avec la raréfaction de l’énergie. Cela commencera probablement par toucher les plus pauvres.</p>
  69. <p>Un peu moins juste.</p>
  70. <h2 id="depression">Dépression <a href="#depression" title="Ancre vers cette partie" aria-hidden="true">#</a></h2>
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  72. <p>depression has a set of causes and a concrete context that transcend any diagnostic manual, as well as the neoliberal ideology of focusing on subjects, not structures; personal responsibilities, not collective ones; chemistry, not capital.</p>
  73. <p>[…]</p>
  74. <p>Maybe a good place to start, then, with regards to the politics of depression, is to collectivize suffering, externalize blame, communize care. At this point, the question of responsibility returns in all its force. The neoliberal responsibilization of the depressed subject must be rejected, and, also, replaced by an idea of collective responsibility.</p>
  75. <p><cite><em><a href="">A Future with No Future: Depression, the Left, and the Politics of Mental Health</a></em> (<a href="/david/cache/2020/2343cdf9e5f75cc6bfba098799f0f2fd/">cache</a>)</cite></p>
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  77. <p>Ne pas pouvoir extraire le politique de la rémission. Un esprit sain dans un corps sain <em>et</em> dans une société saine. Repenser à la citation de Krishnamurti :</p>
  78. <blockquote>
  79. <p>Ce n’est pas un signe de bonne santé que d’être bien adapté à une société profondément malade.</p>
  80. </blockquote>
  81. <h2 id="rich-will-win">Rich will win <a href="#rich-will-win" title="Ancre vers cette partie" aria-hidden="true">#</a></h2>
  82. <blockquote lang="en">
  83. <p>Most of the time, when a system is truly open, it’s open to being taken over by the powerful and the rich. The rest of us will never have the resources to protect the commons so any time the playing field is even, the rich will win.</p>
  84. <p><cite><em><a href="">Thinking about the past, present, and future of web development</a></em> (<a href="/david/cache/2020/17aa5580eb34f39f214e4a72458c535e/">cache</a>)</cite></p>
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  86. <p>Cela alimente ma réflexion sur les communs et l’open-source. J’associe souvent les communs à une licence MIT (c’est peut-être une fausse idée), est-ce qu’il serait préférable de les envisager sous une licence proche de la <a href="">Peer Production License</a> (<a href="/david/cache/2020/e0011ef1600cc4b439d215cfea7bef17/">cache</a>) ?</p>
  87. <p>Et de relire le travail de <a href="">Maïa</a> sur la <a href="">Licence Contributive Commons</a> (<a href="/david/cache/2020/abb215ff6b7cb9c876db622d42385aca/">cache</a>) et ce que j’en disais <a href="/david/blog/2016/code-social/">à l’époque</a>. Cette production mérite vraiment d’être mise en avant, je me demande si elle a été testée depuis ? Sachant que j’ai toujours des questionnements sur <a href="/david/stream/2019/07/23/">la réciprocité et la dissolution</a>.</p>
  88. <h2 id="maximalist-assemblage">Maximalist assemblage <a href="#maximalist-assemblage" title="Ancre vers cette partie" aria-hidden="true">#</a></h2>
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  90. <p>Similarly, we might be able to hold the iPhone in our hands, but we should also be aware that the network of its consequences is vast: server farms absorbing massive amounts of electricity, Chinese factories where workers die by suicide, devastated mud pit mines that produce tin. It is easy to feel like a minimalist when you can order food, summon a car or rent a room using a single brick of steel and silicon. But in reality, it is the opposite. We are taking advantage of a maximalist assemblage. Just because something looks simple does not mean it is; the aesthetics of simplicity cloak artifice, or even unsustainable excess.</p>
  91. <p><cite><em><a href="">The empty promises of Marie Kondo and the craze for minimalism</a></em> (<a href="/david/cache/2020/73a689d4932b2952affd040014e9b85b/">cache</a>)</cite></p>
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  93. <p>Cela résonne fort avec <a href="/david/2020/12/21/#a-cote-de-nous-le-deluge">À côté de nous le déluge</a> où il est question d’externalisation du travail et de pillage des ressources. Facile d’avoir bonne conscience avec une <a href="/david/stream/2019/06/14/">écologie de privilégié·e</a> lorsqu’on réduit en esclavage une bonne partie de la planète.</p>
  94. <h2 id="improbablocene">Improbablocène <a href="#improbablocene" title="Ancre vers cette partie" aria-hidden="true">#</a></h2><p>Anthropocène, Occidentalocène, Capitalocène, d’un point de vue biologique j’ai l’impression qu’il serait plus adapté d’appeler cette période l’<strong>Improbablocène</strong>. Le fait qu’une espèce — qui plus est dominante — soit responsable de sa propre extinction me semble être assez peu courant, même à l’échelle des temps géologiques.</p>
  95. <p>Stupidité, arrogance, inconscience ? Un peu des trois semble-t-il. Il y a un moment où le plus improbable serait que l’on arrive quand même à survivre.</p>
  96. <p>Vous pouvez revoir les films de science-fiction autour de l’arrivée d’aliens qui colonisent et épuisent les ressources de notre planète. Heureusement que nos technologies spatiales sont si peu avancées…</p>
  97. <h2 id="vieillir">Vieillir <a href="#vieillir" title="Ancre vers cette partie" aria-hidden="true">#</a></h2>
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  99. <p>C’est peut-être ça, vieillir : passer de l’envie que le monde change à l’angoisse que ça arrive ?</p>
  100. <p><cite><em><a href="">L’humain du futur</a></em> (<a href="/david/cache/2020/47f2c0c2984a00e8a6041232f4e87e1f/">cache</a>)</cite></p>
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  102. <p>La petite phrase qui fait mal.</p>
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