Eng. № 15. Our Inability To Destroy
This is an essay about the contemporary consumer society, that creates artificial things but is unable to destroy them later on. It begins with philosophical reflections about the world in which we are living, and then observes some concrete cases of such inability like the: revolutions and wars, outdated moral norms in the society, obsolescence of the things, garbage of entirely different kind, and other things, and proposes during the review also some directions in which should be working. The poetical appendix also is not forgiven. Keywords: bad destruction, philosophy, popularly, non-traditionally, in English.