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Free Yourself From Our Fictional Fathers

Discuss the necessity for new narratives by, as Ezra Pound started what is now know as a modernism mantra, ‘Make It New!'.

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Free Yourself From Our Fictional Fathers

A slave is one who waits for someone to come and free him.

- Ezra Pound (1885-1972)

False Idols and Fictional Fictions - A Platonism Courtesy of planksip®

False Idols and Fictional Fictions - A Platonism Courtesy of planksip®

Free Yourself From Our Fictional Fathers

Our editorial team is looking for an elaboration or expansion on the thoughts of self-slavery. Delicately articulate the angst and solitude that we must all face in order to challenge the norms of society. Stuck for an idea or three? Norm is a fictional embodiment of the uncreative, duty-bound proprietor of his own room. Is your house in order? Jordan Peterson often preaches, "clean your room", whereas the isolated individual is author of nothing. Discuss the necessity for new narratives by, as Ezra Pound started what is now know as a modernism mantra, ‘Make It New!'.


Ezra Pound

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