work in progress
The "Talmudist" in the team expresses himself in typographic form. He explores the attitudes, beliefs, values, norms, criticisms and benevolences he has inherited and assimilated from his upbringing in the broadest sense by asking questions.
Alex Svi asks questions.
He asks them, he asks them again, he transposes them. And that's all there is to it. Ever since Maurice Blanchot and L'Entretien infini (1969), we've known that "The answer is the misfortune of the question".
By dint of asking questions, we generally end up imagining that we are hearing answers: a major problem here with "voices" that speak in silence and have never lacked listeners.
Clément Rosset - Le réel, traité de l'idiotie.
What is consciousness? What happened before the Big Bang? Will science and engineering give us back our individuality? How will we cope with the proliferation of the world's population? Do prime numbers follow a pattern? Can we make scientific thinking universal? How can we ensure that society survives and flourishes? Can anyone adequately explain the meaning of infinite space? Will I be able to record my brain like I record a television programme? Can mankind reach the stars?
Alberto Manguel's point of view
The first characteristic of the Talmud is this constant diffluence of the text, this systematic practice of one thing leading to another, the impression of a perfect disjointedness.