The Others - Paradoxes | Number 14
“If all the citizens of the world loved the Earth as we love it, it would be consumed in fifteen days. recently wrote the mountain poet Cédric Sapin-Defour. A frightening contradiction, which could simply be called “the paradox of the love of nature”.
To make it a taboo subject would be to neglect the power of paradoxes. Because two ideas which seem to be opposed rarely lead to a dead end. Looking them in the face offers the perfect opportunity to question ourselves: what escaped us?
This fourteenth paper volume is a trip to the vast land of misinterpretations, uncertainties, and oddities in a complex modern world in which logic changes meaning as it does shirt. A world where all black or all white does not exist. Or maybe they just exist there at the same time.