"The thing’s hollow -- it goes on forever -- and -- oh my God! -- it’s full of stars!" 
The post-anthropocentric urgency of recent years promotes a reconsideration of the judgment toward an opening to pre-rationalistic (pre-Kantian, pre-Cartesian) forms of knowledge of the world. The media historian and philosopher Sean Cubitt proposes a search/return to the ancestors - i.e. to a universal archetypal knowledge - whose knowledge is no longer linked to a personal and collective ritual directed to the preservation of memory, but is entrusted to the machines, inside which, he imagines, they are metaphorically enclosed, imprisoned. From Africa, Greece, Asia, the Americas, through the study of the four major proportions (geometric, arithmetic, harmonic and golden), the science of our fathers has institutionalized over the millennia the codes of "measurement" of the harmonies of nature, of the micro and macrocosm.