In the CyPsy hypothesis on the mind, as the mind is currently transformed by cyber-psychedelic capitalism, the super-ego becomes largely externalized onto the surveillance digital system, the ego is dissolved, and the id becomes free of internal constraints only to be regulated by the external substitution of the super-ego, which is the digital panopticon of surveillance capitalism making profits.
Category Archives: Hallucinogens
Trump, mass hallucinogens, and the cyber-psychedelic transformation of capitalism (2020)
“It was not exactly the emancipation demanded by Karl Marx, who, moreover, did not have the fancy to imagine that the result following industrial capitalism were the states altered by LSD” – Geminello Alvi, ‘Capitalism. Towards the Chinese ideal’ (2011)
“The peace of Europe hangs on the electro-chemical system in that cranium!” (2020)
Harvard psychologist Murray about Hitler
Psychedelics. Or hallucinogens? (2020)
“What seems a god is actually a devil, what seems a liberation is in fact an enslavement” – Aldous Huxley
Are we witnessing the emergence of a new global psychiatric power? (2019)
The current public psychiatrization of “the most powerful man in the world,” as the media often describe the President of the United States of America, could be seen as a new paradigm shift in contemporary power.
In addition to the increasing use of a psychologized lexicon in everyday speech, a role might be played by such spectacle communicating symbolically, and contributing to, a global cultural shift towards a subjectivist worldview and a progressive de-politicization of citizenship.
Viktor Frankl: drugs, LSD and subjective vs. objective meaning (2020)
“One of Frankl’s main topics in the 1960s. When teaching at Harvard University in 1961, he was among few who opposed the experimental use of LSD proposed by Dr. Timothy Leary, stating that “freedom is only one side of a phenomenon whose other side is responsibility.”
Cocaina e Morgan: la lezione di Freud (2010)
Morgan, un musicista pop italiano, ha raccontato nel 2010 in un’intervista al magazine Max di usare la cocaina e in particolare il crack come antidepressivo, sostenendo che la prescrivesse a tale scopo anche Sigmund Freud.
From citizens to patients: a threat to resist (2020)
Pandemic Lectures at the International University College of Turin http://www.iuctorino.it/
Ugo Mattei & Federico Soldani, May 4, 2020
“The decline of law as a tool for social control and its supplanting by technological, mental, and medical management aimed at preventing deviant behavior, with nary a concern for such substitution’s deleterious effects.”