THR & NVC
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Horst Willenberg
Essen und Bielefeld
* 1954
Künstlerisch tätig seit 1968
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Transhuman Rights

 

All humans have the right to follow their own code of ethics, as far as it does not conflict with the rights described below.

  • The right to determine residence is the individual right of every human.
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  • All humans have the right to choose their death freely.
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  • All humans have the right to be supported based and in regards to their recognizable faculties.
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  • All humans have the right to sexual self-determination.
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  • All humans have the right to an universal basic income that secures their livelihood.
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  • All humans have the right to an equal, livelong health insurance.
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  • All humans have the right to an equal, livelong education.
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  • All humans have the right to uninhibited use of communication networks.
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  • All humans have the right to determine the use of their data.

 

Explanation of the TRANSHUMAN RIGHTS (THR)

 

THR is an attempt to create a Vision that would overwhelm the current overall readiness for humanitarianism. The goal is to step away from the usual "This is us, catch up to us" to a "Without you, we will not succeed on our goals."

 

Nonviolent Communication (NVC)


Nonviolent Communication can be abused in order to deviously force a compromise.

Nonviolent Communication requires consent by all parties, otherwise it mechanically aims towards the end of conflicts, akin to crossing off items on a list, a "Light" version of emotional involvement.

Instead of telling each other fairytales for adults, we should learn to negotiate on eye level. After all, we see in the finished work of art the unfinished yearning for completion- otherwise, it would not be complete. No more should Nonviolent Communication work to mask the violence in language, instead, to draw attention to it, lead it ad absurdum.

Bielefeld, 17./18.4.18 / 23.4.18 / 15.7.18

(Translated by Leo Willenberg)