New Treatise is Conclusive Summation of How Society Renews Creative Powers

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Nathan Freeman’s “short book,” ‘Tractatus de Societate or The Manifesto’ is packed with minutae of the current bold step towards cultural renewal of society, aims to recapture what humans are meant to be

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The transition back to true human from robot, will be a strange and difficult task for us, one not without its unique dangers and excitements. When it does begin to occur on a broad scale, at first it will seem to the others that the world is being over-run by madmen. But this is the necessary birth pang before our humanity can again be renewed. Nathan Freeman’s Tractatus de Societate or The Manifesto is a book packed with the minutae of this bold step toward the cultural renewal of society and the recapturing of what humans are meant to be.

Prophecy, Biblical and temporal (a la Marx or Hegel), have posited many transitional states of human development that reflects a dimensional leap in human progress. In his work, the author uses the concept of Gesamtkunstwerk which is applied generally to society as total, universal work of art. It is key to the entire synthesis of human society in this book. Freeman’s method is to recreate the essential architecture of all major aspects of human civilization to arrive at his conclusion.

This work is the opposite of idealistic iconoclasm, a way of building the political corporation in such a way that it programs societal destruction when it fails in achieving perfection (or the idea of it). Nathan Freeman relies solely on the humanitarian virtues in theorizing the global cultural revolution which humanity deserves on this stage or era of its continuing life on earth. It is eagerly awaited by many as a natural hybrid of technological refinement married to philosophical eclecticism, building on the old to make a renewal of mankind’s creative determinism.

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About the Author
Nathan Freeman was born in rural Ohio at the home of his parents, away from hospitals, tall buildings and urban decay. After completing his undergraduate studies, he worked and wandered around the Americas and Europe before undertaking the M.A. in Classics at the University of Kentucky. He is an advocate for sweeping social change and the renewal of culture. His other works include a book of aphorisms and a collection of poetry which should shortly be in print.

Tractatus de Societate or The Manifesto * by Nathan Freeman
Publication Date: August 24, 2012
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