(1) A uniform distanceless dominates; my wired technologies allow me to access my immediate world and, if I want to, virtually, the most remote confines of the world.
I operate in a distanceless and calculated horizon structured by only one law: the law of the treadmill, the law of the wheel, the law of the clock.
In my distanceless and calculated time-space with its intractable law and implacable logic, I can only take myself as an object within a great regulative and repetitive process.
The distanceless and calculated time-space with its intractable law and implacable logic turns me into an object and dissolves my being into a background noise of calculations.
In philosophy, the treadmill is often analysed as the result of technics: machines and devices are constitutive of our measured and distanceless time-space and are therefore going quicker than our own ability to deal with it.
By contrast, the fourfold, as a multidimensional spatial and temporal structure, allows us to see beyond our current calculated and distanceless predicament.
The political intentions are therefore to inflect (12) the tension between the two that is, between this capitalist, techno-driven, and distanceless 'I' and this multi-dimensional mortal 'I' that curiously escapes, as we will see, all forms of calculation, laws, and logics.
(17) So for example, my existence is conditioned by a number of factors: the ground out of which humanity grew, the sky into which it elevates itself and allows me to breathe, my parents who made me mortal, and the divinities, these 'entities' that, as we will see, radically disturb my currently calculated and distanceless living-present.
Through calculative reason, we can only lead measured and distanceless treadmill lives.