Yesterday we held the first July seminary, one of the latest seminaries of this course. In this time, we
analysed some scenarios gathered from the CDC & ECDC websites, the WHO webpage, and also from the media like The Daily Telegraph or BBC (you can see one of them below).
Here some notes about this meeting:
-In scenarios, we found a kairos time, a single event.
-Video "life after Armageddon" is a structure in which we can see how "good people" are going to survive after a period of chaos, disorder ...
-Scenarios are stories where it is built and conveys a particular kind of narrative.
-Textual scenarios are outdated, they can not reach everyone. Video-scenarios can, and we could see how these are this scenarios-as-spectacles.
-The logic of the scenarios is a logic of exceptionality, creating zones of indistinction to answer questions about themselves.
-Can the scenario itself be an operator speed?
3 common elements to all scenarios: Picture, speed, future.
Photo Credit: David Dehetre