NAS PORTAS DO PANDEMÔNIO: CYBERNETICS CULTURE RESEARCH UNIT E A INVENÇÃO DA TRADIÇÃO MÁGICA

Willian Perpétuo Busch, Robert Cluness

Resumo


Neste artigo trataremos do Ccru: Cybernetics Culture Research Unit visando contextualizar as particularidades que orbitaram a sua origem, bem como indicaremos alguns dos seus desdobramentos. Partiremos duma análise e apresentação inicial acerca dos usos feitos pelos grupos esotéricos contemporâneos, visando elucidar como a criação de uma narrativa de tradição e de conexão com o passado é fundamental no processo de legitimação. Na sequência, adentraremos no Ccru tendo em vista a ‘interface’ entre a sua proposta teórica que se somou a iniciativas externas e gerou uma estratégia discursiva inédita e distinta.


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Cybernetics Culture Research Unit; Esoterismo; Cibernética; Realismo Especulativo; Hiperstição.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5380/rt.v10i1.79733