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Pretend as we might that technological acceleration and the transition to a computational civilization leads to salvation, the history of humanity on Earth seems already to have been consummated. Time itself may well have lost all potentiality. The ecological system has been so badly damaged, it would seem we now have only to contemplate the world's end, and thought's task now consists merely in announcing it. Hence the current rise to power of all sorts of eschatological narratives and the discourse of collapsology. The counterhypothesis of this book is that the African continent, as the birthplace of humanity, now poses the question of the Earth in the most unexpected, complex, and paradoxical manner, allowing us to think another world to come.

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