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Müdigkeitsgesellschaft summary Müdigkeitsgesellschaft , series Müdigkeitsgesellschaft , book Müdigkeitsgesellschaft , pdf Müdigkeitsgesellschaft , Müdigkeitsgesellschaft 73b0122add Derzeit Vollzieht Sich Unbemerkt Ein Paradigmenwechsel Die Gesellschaft Der Negativit T Weicht Einer Gesellschaft, Die Von Einem Berma An Positivit T Beherrscht Ist Ausgehend Von Diesem Paradigmenwechsel Zeichnet Han Die Pathologische Landschaft Der Heutigen Gesellschaft, Zu Der Neuronale Erkrankungen Wie Depression, Aufmerksamkeitsdefizitsyndrom, Borderline Oder Burnout Geh Ren Sie Sind Keine Infektionen, Sondern Infarkte, Die Nicht Durch Die Negativit T Des Immunologisch Anderen, Sondern Durch Ein Berma An Positivit T Bedingt Sind So Entziehen Sie Sich Jeder Immunologischen Technik Der Prophylaxe Und Abwehr Hans Analyse M Ndet Am Ende In Die Vision Einer Gesellschaft, Die Er In Beabsichtigter Ambivalenz M Digkeitsgesellschaft Nennt


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    This is a seriously interesting book, but I m not sure I completely agree with him His argument is that we now live in a world where we are so self monitoring that we have moved beyond the notion of a discipline society That is, we no longer require external modes of discipline, but rather our desire to be high achievers fulfils this function mucheffectively than external compulsion ever could.I m going to tell you why I think this might be overstating the case and then I m going to igno This is a seriously interesting book, but I m not sure I completely agree with him His argument is that we now live in a world where we are so self monitoring that we have moved beyond the notion of a discipline society That is, we no longer require external modes of discipline, but rather our desire to be high achievers fulfils this function mucheffectively than external compulsion ever could.I m going to tell you why I think this might be overstating the case and then I m going to ignore my own criticism I think for most people in society external observation and punishments based on those observations has become all consuming To say we have moved beyond the panoptic society seems to fly in the face of the everyday experience of most people who have to live with employer set KPIs, Apple watches that tell them if they have reached their move goals or how poorly they are maintaining their sleep ones, and they are filmed by surveillance cameras even while strolling down a street That is, I struggle to see how we can say we have moved beyond the surveillance society.However, there is no doubt that we have become muchself monitoring and that we are even prepared to forgo privacy to gain the pleasure that comes from confirming we are optimising our life projects whether those be losing weight, readingbooks book challenge, anyone , reaching our KPIs, exceeding our PBs, or whatever the latest sports derived metaphor might be Calm, fitter, healthier andproductive A pig in a cage on antibiotics.At one point he says something that felt like being hit across the face with a cold towel That we shouldn t be quite so pleased with ourselves just because we can multi task In fact, mulita tasking is really a return to an animal state, rather than reaching the peak of human achievement Animals must multi task there s always another animal trying to have sex with their partner, eat them, eat one of their children, take the food out of their mouth, shift them down the pecking order In fact, the one thing an animal cannot be is in the present or lost in the moment That is, they are condemned to multi task.What is human, then, is the ability to be profoundly bored to be still and to contemplate and to think one s way to a kind of conclusion He makes a beautiful point here that God made the Sabbath as a day of rest that we are closest to God when we are resting, rather than when we are busy going about the mundane inanities of everyday life.The problem is that the modern world is conspiring to make us less than human andanimal like We are being forced to multi task and our post post Fordist world also means we generally never have anything to point to so as to be able to say, see that there, I finished that, that is the product of my labour, that is the best that I m capable of creating We are busy, so busy we are exhausted, but that busyness never amounts to an externalised manifestation of our efforts and so we collapse into ourselves in unhealthy ways ways that don t produce self love, but rather narcissism And this brings us to where he begins if much of the 20th century was obsessed with infection antibiotics, vaccines and so on today our globalised world means we can t reject the other in quite the same way that is, kill or be killed no longer is an optimum strategy instead we have to find ways to hybridise with the other and to welcome in what had otherwise been kept out I struggle with this idea too you just look at how Australia treats asylum seekers to see what I mean but if one limits their view to the wealthy few to whom borders no longer exist, rather than the poor many that Bauman maintains are held in place, then this interpretation has some merit Today the illness we confront is not something that can be cured by antibodies or by vaccines Today s illnesses are self inflicted and they are inflicted not by negativity overcoming the other to assert your own primacy but rather mental illnesses related to stress, and ultimately the stress that comes from over achievement This is insanely interesting Here we are being killed not by negativity things actively seeking to kill us, but by positivity by our desire to be good, and then better, and then the best I like this, because I ve long had a distrust of the positive psychology movement, no, I will not bloody well whistle while I work.Although this book owesto Nietzsche than it does to Marx, I kept thinking of a book I reviewed recently called Labour and Monopoly Capitalism and the idea that we are human due to human labour, but not any sort of labour, rather only that kind that allows us to see the completed product of our labour This book fitswithin Nietzsche s ideas of the importance of the work of art in producing the truly human or even Kant s purposiveness without a purpose, the idea of art as a kind of contemplation on the world that then allows for a depth of perception otherwise unavailable to those of us who are busy multi tasking He quotes Cezanne as saying he could visualise the fragrance of things merely from contemplating them This level of focus, of contemplation, of losing one s self in an object other than one s self is increasingly being denied us, even in our similarly busy leisure And this is reflected in the kind of tiredness we are confronted with we are tired to the depths of our souls, rather than tired in the way that is one of life s most pleasurable feelings, tired from having done.So, with caveats this is a seriously interesting book


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    Jeffrey Kluger en Simplejidad cita a John Millar, un economista del Santa Fe Institute un laboratorio de ideas y centro de investigaci n dedicado el estudio de la complejidad al hablar de los obst culos necesarios para comprender los movimientos de las masas o grupos complejos de personas, crear peque as turbulencias puede ser bueno, pues Al introducir un peque o ruido en el sistema se produce una coherencia en el fluido.Despu s de varios libros de Han, creo acercarme mejor a comprend Jeffrey Kluger en Simplejidad cita a John Millar, un economista del Santa Fe Institute un laboratorio de ideas y centro de investigaci n dedicado el estudio de la complejidad al hablar de los obst culos necesarios para comprender los movimientos de las masas o grupos complejos de personas, crear peque as turbulencias puede ser bueno, pues Al introducir un peque o ruido en el sistema se produce una coherencia en el fluido.Despu s de varios libros de Han, creo acercarme mejor a comprender de qu est hablando Me gusta su lectura de lo positivo de positividad de la era actual, y de lo que llama negativo que a n persiste, pero que adem s, trata de ser erradicado.Lo positivo, en realidad, es malo para nuestra sociedad, es todo aquello cubierto con tefl n y que evita las fricciones y los roces y todo lo que frene o detenga el flujo de las cosas.No quiero ahondar mucho en el comentario, pero, ya van varios autores Gray, Zizek, Taleb, Hitchens, y ahora, Han veo esa misma lectura de las cosas cada vez m s nos adentramos en una sociedad que evita las luchas, las batallas, las discusiones y esto permea a casi todas las esferas se rehuye la confrontaci n, etc tera.En este caso, Han, concluye que gran parte de ese evitar la discusi n, el freno, responde, adem s de a intereses econ micos capitalistas neoliberales, a un cansancio, a un hartazgo al respecto de la pelea no es la contemplaci n que proponga un Concheiro o el mismo Han, no la contemplaci n no le saca la vuelta a la cr tica, a la interpretaci n, y por el otro lado, el cansancio del cansancio s , pues, incapacita para hacer algo , la contemplaci n por el contrario, exige ver, observar, cuestionar, as sea internamente, pero, hay una acci n, y no necesariamente que tuviera que haberla, pero s sucede algo en el ser humano que la practica Se es contemplativo.Es muy claro en diferenciar a la sociedad del rendimiento un rendimiento en m s de un nivel de rendir cuentas, de caer rendido, de dejar de resistirse de una sociedad distinta a ello, no lo focaliza en algo en particular, pero, s insiste en que el cansancio de esa sociedad de rendimiento es un cansancio aparente, ilusorio, y que por dicha raz n es que en nuestra poca, los males sean m s bien neuronales, psicol gicos, antes que inmunol gicos responden a otro estr s en un sentido amplio propiciado solo por el autorendimiento por el autorendimiento.La verdad es que a la luz de las ideas de Han, uno puede comprender mejor ese permanente auge por los libros de superaci n personal, que por muy criticados que sean han mutado en publicaciones en distintas revistas electr nicas y por ende en publicaciones en redes sociales que hablan de life hacks , un simple googleo arroja Cerca de 57,500,000 resultados en apenas 0.74 segundos los 3 trucos m s eficientes, los 20 trucos para la m s, las 100 mejores maneras de y as hasta la n usea.Que todo fluya Que nada detenga el r o de mierda con el que llenamos el vac o de nuestras vidas Que todos los n meros de nuestros reportes, de nuestras ventas, de nuestro lo que sea que hagamos aumente, suba, crezca que bajen los errores, que ganemos m s seguidores, que perdamos menos audiencia, que ganemos m s dinero, que perdamos menos amigos, m s likes, menos reacciones enojadas en Facebook, m s follows, menos unfollows, que nuestras m tricas vayan en ascenso, que tengamos un mejor nivel de aceptaci n de lo que sea que puta hagamos m s kil metros en nuestra app de correr nadar andar en patineta, and so on, and so on.Pap me dijo de ni o algo que no he olvidado, y que sigo creyendo a pie de juntillas solo los tontos se aburren Bueno, he eliminado el tontos , y solo lo he dejado como hay qui nes se aburren, yo no No me aburro porque, coincido con varias de las ideas de Han, ver, observar, contemplar, no es necesariamente aburrirse, o s , pero no en el sentido que le dan actualmente uno necesita aburrirse profundamente para poder tener ideas para poder ser creativo Nos quieren hacer creer que se puede vivir con multitasking , con quality time , y la verdad es que no lo creo Prefiero aburrirme con Emilia caminando sin rumbo o sentados en una banca Rebeca y yo y en lo pr ximo, quiz , tambi n Juan, el labrador negro que es posible que adoptemos viendo a nuestro alrededor sin decir nada O mejor dicho, dici ndonos otras cosas sin palabras.De lo que llevo le do de Han, este y el de la sociedad de la transparencia son los que m s me han gustado Es posible que conforme m s lo leo, mejor lo entiendo y encuentro m s puntos en com n con las ideas que expone, con sus lecturas de otros autores, y su lectura del mundo que me rodea.Mi comentario del inicio va en funci n de la diversidad de autores que veo que se alan lo mismo como una cr tica al tiempo actual y su pol ticamente correcto , con ser tolerantes ante todo e inclusivos y c mo eso termina por ser un espejismo


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    , ,, , ,,burn out


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    A tieredness society.This is the story of a young man korean who came to study metallurgy in Germany and became philosoph it s quite normal to be philosoph in Germany Interisting man.Many of my patient are tired So tired His vision is particular because he had two culture In Korea, children are complained to work a lot, competition, with many problems suicide, dispressed But in occidental country, it is the same.For him, our society of performance is in fact the suprem stade of the s A tieredness society.This is the story of a young man korean who came to study metallurgy in Germany and became philosoph it s quite normal to be philosoph in Germany Interisting man.Many of my patient are tired So tired His vision is particular because he had two culture In Korea, children are complained to work a lot, competition, with many problems suicide, dispressed But in occidental country, it is the same.For him, our society of performance is in fact the suprem stade of the self exploitation society.It makes me feel in another way, to Etienne de la Boetie, the Montaigne s friend and his famous Discours de la servitude volontaire.I will try to read some of his other books


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    Nunca se es m s activo que cuando no se hace nada nunca se est menos solo que cuando nadie le acompa a a uno Cat n de ticaLa obra es un ensayo filos fico, as que no ser yo tan pretencioso como para decir que la he entendido en profundidad El autor diserta, y comenta trabajos de otros autores, sobre la evoluci n de la humanidad actual hacia una sociedad donde el todo es posible, el si se puede , la ausencia total de negatividad, el positivismo absoluto, el no saber decir que no , la hi Nunca se es m s activo que cuando no se hace nada nunca se est menos solo que cuando nadie le acompa a a uno Cat n de ticaLa obra es un ensayo filos fico, as que no ser yo tan pretencioso como para decir que la he entendido en profundidad El autor diserta, y comenta trabajos de otros autores, sobre la evoluci n de la humanidad actual hacia una sociedad donde el todo es posible, el si se puede , la ausencia total de negatividad, el positivismo absoluto, el no saber decir que no , la hiperactividad, la intolerancia al aburrimiento, son causa de fracaso, depresi n, enfermedades mentales y cansancio


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    Estamos habituados a entender o cansa o como um esgotar das energias vitais que nos estimulam a actividade Byung Chul mostra nos neste pequeno ensaio que esse cansa o como seca energ tica, por assim dizer, fruto de um ritmo da alta velocidade em prol da produ o massiva H nesse ritmo toda uma dial ctica social e individual que mostra que o s culo XXI um s culo de grande velocidade, que gera d fices de aten o, esgotamentos e outros s ndromes, tudo em prol do fazer Fazer o grande ver Estamos habituados a entender o cansa o como um esgotar das energias vitais que nos estimulam a actividade Byung Chul mostra nos neste pequeno ensaio que esse cansa o como seca energ tica, por assim dizer, fruto de um ritmo da alta velocidade em prol da produ o massiva H nesse ritmo toda uma dial ctica social e individual que mostra que o s culo XXI um s culo de grande velocidade, que gera d fices de aten o, esgotamentos e outros s ndromes, tudo em prol do fazer Fazer o grande verbo dos nossos tempos Verbo que traz consigo, segundo o autor, um excesso de positividade, um excesso de aceita o e de sim , de um yes, we can , de um grande ego transbordante, mas cujo objectivo ser tudo menos a evolu o Para Byung Chul este tipo de sociedade positiva uma sociedade desatenta, com d fice de concentra o, doente, obesa, muito semelhante aos animais selvagens que t m de distribuir a aten o s v rias tarefas que executa simultaneamente se querem sobreviver e prosperar multitasking um sociedade que se esgota e que se deixa cair num tipo de cansa o quebrante e desolador.Neste ensaio o autor pensa sobre isto e muito mais, e deixa pistas para uma sa da do ritmo acelerado da sociedade do s culo XXI Fiquei imensamente satisfeito por reflectir e entrar em sintonia com os argumentos propostos, pois desde h muito que reflicto no ritmo e na velocidade da vida Curiosamente, n o dever ser por acaso que escolhi ler este livro agora, num momento da minha vida que traduz mudan a, e que por isso senti uma boa vibra o ao ler este Sociedade do Cansa o


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    um pequenino livro de ensaios, um pouco herm tico, como me tinham avisado, que progressivamente se torna mais acess vel Fala sobre a hiperatividade que nos impomos, o quanto exigimos de n s sem darmos espa os contempla o, que, segundo o autor, promove a cria o Estamos doentes numa sociedade ultracompetitiva que, inevitavelmente, acabaria por esgotar nos Pensei que fosse gostar mais do livro.


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    straight up, the best shit to come outta germany since club mate I know you re thinking to yourself germans are retarded, how could anything good possibly come from their grey, miserable, pathetic country full of crybabies and pushovers well, this guy is korean this gives him remarkable perspicacity in formulating a critique of the west._______________________________________________ In this text, Han delineates what sets contemporary society apart from Foucault s disciplinary society straight up, the best shit to come outta germany since club mate I know you re thinking to yourself germans are retarded, how could anything good possibly come from their grey, miserable, pathetic country full of crybabies and pushovers well, this guy is korean this gives him remarkable perspicacity in formulating a critique of the west._______________________________________________ In this text, Han delineates what sets contemporary society apart from Foucault s disciplinary society from Deleuze s control society These models, Han argues, are characterized by negativity and prohibition Han iss closer to deleuze s analysis of control society, except, Han argues that D s model is still characterized by external domination, where as the self entepreneurial capitalist displaystendencies of auto exploitation, which I don t think is a great reading of that essay but whatevs Negativity and prohibition were features of a society under the cold war where society had an enemy that was to be eliminated Today, otherness and foreigness are disappearing and our society is instead characterized by an excess of positivity Disciplinary society s watchwords of may not should , are replaced by achievement society s endless yes we can The criminals and madmen of disciplinary society are being replaced by burnouts and losers ADHD, depression, borderline personality disorder, and burnout syndrome these are the maladies of the hyperattentive, scatter brained, multitasking silicon valley bros sniffing coke to stay awake for their 70 hour work week A doping society, enabling achievement without actually achieving anything Boredom no longer exists, as does deep immersion in our environment a consistency between thinking and acting, thought and being Hysterical work and overproduction contribute to radical fleetingness of the world, we are incapable of forming attachments, of intensive bonding We re slaves to immediate gratification of our machines, checking our phones hella times every day It is this technology which enframes us, which gives form to our lives and makes us as formless as a fucking piece of Juicy Fruit The internet is Han s best example of the elimination of negativity Algorithms make it so that when you re surfing the world wide web, you only encounter yourself and your own interests There s no difference, no resistance, just pure ego projected into cyberspace Blah blah blah what else OH yeah, he draws some cool parallels with schmitt The oversatured environment that offers thousands of different alternatives is characteristic of an inability to make any clear decision In this way, it is the perfection of democracy, depoliticized as fuck, as passive as a swede Completely neutralized, incapable of making a friend enemy distinction our wonderful cybernetic society While I find all of this compelling, as with most analysis dealing with cybernetics, it fails to address things like anti blackness in the US Anti blackness just creates entropy and chaos, it has none of the preservative positive qualities of a control or achievement society Power in this case isn t productive, as in the Foucaldian schema, it s just about annihilation They actually are out to destroy certain bodies The point being, there is still some large degree of foreigness and alterity that the police is out to elimminate Anti blackness is perhaps the paradigm that s mosst characterisstic of US struggles since Ferguson, so it s kinda whack to argue that we don t live in a society based on the elmination of alterity any


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    21.y zy l toplumu art k bir disiplin toplumu de il,performans toplumudur.Sakinleri de itaatkar zne de il performans znesidir Hastal k ve hesinden bak lacak olursa,ba lamakta olan 21.y zy l ne bakteriyel ne de viral bilakis sinirsel olarak hemahenktir Byung Chul Han gerek g sterdi i referanslar gerekse yakla m n n kompleks yap s yla zevkli bir okuma ve d nme f rsat sunuyor okuyucuya zellikle Bartleby Vakas b l m Katip Bartleby ve A l k Sanat s eserleri zerinden sundu u o ak lc 21.y zy l toplumu art k bir disiplin toplumu de il,performans toplumudur.Sakinleri de itaatkar zne de il performans znesidir Hastal k ve hesinden bak lacak olursa,ba lamakta olan 21.y zy l ne bakteriyel ne de viral bilakis sinirsel olarak hemahenktir Byung Chul Han gerek g sterdi i referanslar gerekse yakla m n n kompleks yap s yla zevkli bir okuma ve d nme f rsat sunuyor okuyucuya zellikle Bartleby Vakas b l m Katip Bartleby ve A l k Sanat s eserleri zerinden sundu u o ak lc uyumu


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    zellikle Yorgunluk Toplumunun tesinde ba l kl yaz n n g n m ze dair ekilen ba ar l bir foto raf oldu unu s ylesem yanl olaca n sanm yorum.Yazar ge mi ile imdiyi, farkl referanslara ba vurarak kar la t rm Fiziken ince ama manen hacimli bir kitap Baz tespitlere yer verecek olursak retkenli in art r lmas i in terbiye paradigmas n n yerini, ebilme nin pozitif emas olan performans paradigmas alacakt r nk belirli bir retkenlik seviyesinden sonra yasa n negatifli i t kan zellikle Yorgunluk Toplumunun tesinde ba l kl yaz n n g n m ze dair ekilen ba ar l bir foto raf oldu unu s ylesem yanl olaca n sanm yorum.Yazar ge mi ile imdiyi, farkl referanslara ba vurarak kar la t rm Fiziken ince ama manen hacimli bir kitap Baz tespitlere yer verecek olursak retkenli in art r lmas i in terbiye paradigmas n n yerini, ebilme nin pozitif emas olan performans paradigmas alacakt r nk belirli bir retkenlik seviyesinden sonra yasa n negatifli i t kan p daha fazla art engelleyecektir s 18 Depresif ki i miktar dolay s yla harap olmam t r Takatinin kesilmesinin sebebi kendi olmak mecburiyeti dolay s yla g sterdi i abalard r ve performans n ifrat kendini s m rmeyi iddetlendirir Bu ise ba kalar n s m rmekten daha verimlidir nk zg rl k hissiyle beraber gelir


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