What does emancipation mean for a horse? And what does it mean to facilitate a coexistence ensuring space for emancipation?
From the authors of “The Cognitive Horse” aka Equus Lost, from the founders of Learning Animals (the Learning Horse studies); a new seminar to bring you along in two and a half hours of insight as:
Evolving in our interaction with other animals requires first of all a knowledge coming from a paradigm change. Where: • no one is hold back in a limited idea of being a representative of a species, and
• where everyone can grow in their own informed understanding, in any moment, of life.
Animal emancipation is not something coming from a vague and trivial call to freedom, but something that resonates with to a disposition towards the world, their world, where the concepts of cognition, subjectivity, animal logic and Animality are to be experienced with an understanding of significance, with consistency, tangible – not something that should be trained (damaging the emancipated mind) but preserved.
An emancipated horse requires an emancipated context, a rewilded coexistence defined by a social context, living together with emancipated others, horses or human, which imposes that the human is to be emancipated as well, emancipated from beliefs, habits, “social” protocols. As, contrary to popular belief, a relationship cannot be based on, or measured by dependence, even affective dependence.
The possibility to rediscover one’s own expressions, one’s own face (that horse, that human, but also that pig, that dog, that goat, in short, that subjectivity) their own way to dialogue with the world and to create new worlds, new realities.
Finding the adventure in a coexistence where you do not need each others affirmation is the foundation for liberation, for an inclusive coexistence where freedom becomes an everyday adventure.
A seminar to unveil dependencies to create space for new horizons (check out the Animality Horizons study), to become an emancipated animal among emancipated animals, not in the name of freedom but in the name of Animality.
Learning Animals brings a liberating paradigm change – not to improve the existing habits, but a possibility to deconstruct habits, to create space for each and everyone to become themselves – together.