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“Disillusion”

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“Disillusion”

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Adelita: So you mentioned depression, would you be closer to depression or disillusion? I have the two definitions here, I will read them out, ‘depression’ is: a severe despondency in the INAUDIBLE WORD 6:28 typically felt over a period of time, accompanied by feelings of hopelessness and inadequacy”. ‘Disillusion’ would be “a feeling of disappointment resulting from a discovery that something is not as good as one believed it to be”.

[Someone whispering]: Disillusion

Adelita: So, maybe write ‘condition’ here? So we are basically saying that you don’t think that revolution should be turned into a process, but more a condition in some ways. So how do we link that? We say, ‘not a process’?

Naira: I think you are saying not only a process.

Adelita: ‘Not only a process’.

Read more about Adelita Husni-Bey’s (On) Difficult Terms.

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