Throughout history, the transformative subject, schooled in symbolic computation and metamodel construction has wielded power – soft power – over bodies. This is partly due to the leverage lent to a host body when it permits the subject to embed these capacities within its system: advantages gained within the wider war-market economy of physical competition. One group will have an advantage over another if it has its accountancy in order: all other things equal, the competitive edge is gained by optimal GDP, taxation, inventory management, etc.
The host body welcomes this capacity to calculate within itself: the subject will not effect change without an invitation. And as the capacity requires a sound metamodel, the transformative subject enters the host from the outside, always a stranger.
A stranger subjecthood hired from where? From heaven, from god? No: from another body, another organisation. Not objectivity of a heaven external to organisations, but an objectivity gained from its dynamic passage, its “trajectory of desire”, an organizational continuum-heaven.
It is in this sense that prophethood as a catalyst for change is utterly human but not humanitarian.
Because the transcendence of prophecy isn’t religious: it’s sociological and power oriented. Fundamentally, precisely a functor between the reorganisation of the body and the thinking subject’s power of desire that is the continuum across bodies.