I only know that we are nothing
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- Author: Stergios Korfiatis
- Status: Public
- Number of pages: 156
- Size: 150x210
- Inside: Black and white
- Binding: Perfect bound
- Cover finish: Brillo
- ISBN Paperback: Biblioteca Nacional
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Anyone who has ever tried to "liberate" from the "bonds" that limited them, will know that is easier to adapt and be "functional" to a system instead of going against it. Still, how far can you go on this path of liberation?, Can we reach "absolute" freedom? And, to achieve it, can we deny all that we supposedly "are": "belonging" to a community, a family, a national, civil, religious or political group?
We are 'social' beings, and to aim for becoming an "in-dividual" (something like a "social a-tom") seems, at first glance, an extremism that seems so out of our possibilities as the very freedom ... and yet we must try it; to meet the "sentence" imposed by our own human condition .
This text is a testimony and intended to be a "located" reflection on these issues.
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