"Only A God Can Save Us Now!"
Heidegger’s Spiegel Interview, published shortly after his death, is as widely known and notorious as its true scope remained concealed.
Yet, today we are urgently being necessitated, coerced even to see what has been announcing itself for long: The total technocratic rule and domination of the human being and his world.
This "world" is now a global interwoven network of nodes and which as such is precisely what rules, organises, reorganises, shapes, structures, leads, drives and steers the world. Simply put, the planet itself becomes a cybernetic system. But who or what steers it?
It is in this interview that Heidegger proclaimed:
“Only a god can save us now!”
But who or what is Heidegger's god?
How could this god save us?
How can we be human through the digito-technocratic catastrophe?
How can we establish a free relationship with technology?