The project of 'memento vivere,' or 'life, now' may address any human anywhere but need not necessarily exclude non-human life forms such as non-human animals and even non-human intelligence (even, e.g., A.I.).
A most pressing and absorbing situation for memento vivere is that of living within and interaction with "memetica ecologica" -- an all-encompassing "ecology" of "information" both quantitatively and qualitatively that defines the real in which "we live, and move, and have our being."'
-Memento Vivere project notes, 26 Sept 2020, adapted
'human cooperative projects, artistic or otherwise, are galvanized by word-signs that allow human individuals and culture to be transformed'
-DD, p. 20, adapted
Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter teaches at a public university in the Great Lakes region of North America and coaches at Sollars & Associates and independently.