James Yamada
“Rainbow Ball”
Naples 27 October/7 December 2006

The aspects of human contradiction are diverse, and their analyses are not easily decipherable or clear. They are connected to the cultural and technological aspects of the structure of society in its journey. The way in which they are judged, changes with the interpretation of ethics, when ethics relates to its historical context. It is obvious that in a simple social structure, and in one that is more technologically and economically developed, these analyses are further complicated by superstructures that also determine a different concept of need.....