From post-uterine life to a uterocentric society.
The uterus taken as metaphor is an isolated a-relational space.
A mental space in which to demand the satisfaction of one’s dependency relationship.

The double distance called relationship is replaced by a co-asímmetrical and physiológically unmovable static distance established a priori by the parties.

Each one deafeningly devoted to the métric of the object, each one determined by its own existence permanently in the condition of exigency, in the continuous search for an unrealisable space of acceptance.

The post-relational, the unrealisable idea of the placenta.

Multitude structured starting from the structuring exigency, multitude structuring starting from the structured exigency, a succession of segments shaping the spiral of the negation of the other. The economical transaction.