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the problem may lie in thinking what the human being is supposed to be. Zerzan (and anarcho-primitivism generally) seems to seek what the human is meant for, and where it went wrong: a qualitative reduction. at the other end of the pole, transhumanists seem to seek how the human can break the boundaries of ephemerality (death) and unpredictability (chaos): a quantitative expansion.

maybe something like a qualitative expansion, through forming and experimenting with a variety of perspectives as to what the human can become (or unbecome), could open up pathways unforeseen and leave the dead ends of this polarity behind.