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05/10/2011

Crealist conference in Toronto, Canada

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Friday, 21 october - 17h

Cosmos as Creal, Society as Orthopoïesis 

Luis de Miranda, novelist and philosopher (crealiste@gmail.com) 

 

Crealist philosophy renames the cosmic flow as the Creal, an ever creative and mostly invisible immanent process, 

metamorphosis of all the possibles, from which humans actualize, on a recurrent basis, a minimal part in order to 

shape an habitable territory, the realities. Our coded realities are created, and being human is being a technological 

animal. 

 

The crealities that allow us to survive are systems of shapes. Those shapes are formed by our labelization, a naming 

that creates a framing. Since the first satellite Sputnik was launched on space in 1957 the hypothesis of Gaïa is no 

longer a speculation: the earth has become an individual, and therefore we can consider it as our ever-transforming 

work of art. 

 

Numerism and crealism have always been the dialectical crescendo of humanity: we name, calculate, organize, and 

even our nature is now the result of a technology of transformation. But in order not to become coded robots, 

technological zombies, automatons, we need to keep a fidelity to the vital forces of the Creal, which nourish our 

poďetical capacities. If History is an orthopoïesis, we have to explain how certain places of the Creal tend to become 

technical, or, in other words: why are there forms or a spiritual perception of forms? Why does life need realities? 

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