"The forgotten struggle of the Left, which Gorz represents, is for the right of workers to lead rich and interesting lives outside of work. As a writer and social critic, his main commitment was to the right of each person to his or her own autonomous self-development.
Try to establish a new baseline: in which everything you know and believe is wrong until proven right.
By inverting the default assumptions about your beliefs & knowledge, you:
Place the burden of proof onto yourself, not others.
Let go of possessiveness
Reorient your identity away from your beliefs, opening your mind,
Accept that knowledge, information and belief are fluid.
Have less reason to put forward your point of view, encouraging you to simply listen.
Can express yourself in probabilities, not absolutes.
Just become more chill.
"...he recognized that cognition was not the dictates of a high-level central planner perched in a skull cockpit, directing the activities of the body below. Central planning was too cumbersome, too slow to respond to the body’s emergencies. Cognition was a network of partly independent tricks and strategies that had evolved one by one to address various bodily needs. Movement, even in A.I., was not just a lower, practical function that could be grafted, at a later stage, onto abstract reason. The line between action and thought was more blurry than it seemed. A creature didn’t think in order to move: it just moved, and by moving it discovered the world that then formed the content of its thoughts."