By Jesús R. Velasco | Published on January 18, 2022
Perplexity can be enormously productive. It’s the bread and butter of our relation with theory and with the sometimes desperately slow process of thinking with –because it may imply also thinking against: against more traditional positions, against the grain, against the all-powerful strength of cosmic erudition, against the weight of scholarship, against the current trends…
In this game, you will practice perplexity. What about the danger, the vulnerability of examining things from the past while not being able to get rid of current concepts, issues, ideas, needs, personal history?