Lazarus in the Multiple

Lazarus in the Multiple

Awakening to the Era of Complexity

Surviving the anthropocene; the era of complexity!


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Lazarus in the Multiple presents a new philosophy on how to navigate the complex challenges that society faces in the 21st Century. It deploys the biblical “Lazarus” as the everyman of modernity, who is caught between past and present, life and death, and sleep and awakening amidst the humdrum and complexity of the “multiple”. The multiple is the great sea of noise that lies both within and without Lazarus, from which social reality is born. In this casting, Lazarus is unable to distinguish the signal from the noise and hence remains trapped within enduring ritual and an unfulfilled existence. He is unable to find expression and take actions to bring about meaningful change within himself or in the world around him.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR.
Camaren Peter
Camaren Peter Camaren Peter is deeply engaged with theories of complexity, systems, assemblages, transdisciplinarity, sustainability and urbanisation, and...
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