Thomas Kuhn, the philosopher of science, used to say that redesigning the world through paradigm shifts is one way to keep the world on track with stability at the pace of the evolutionary process. But while for science the paradigm is a set of practices and knowledge that define a scientific discipline during a specific period, for cybernetics it is a conceptual pre-program for the ordering of even more chaotic data in relative terms.
But what will theorists and historians say when they analyze what happened to humanity at the beginning of the 21st century? Will they look at us with that condescending air of someone who understands the mechanism that confuse us without allowing us to locate a fixed reference point? Who is left out of this?
This is a snapshot of the inhabitants of the spinning world; there are abysses and mirrors, there are methods and fantasies, there are quagmires.