The Extinction of the Future — Larval Subjects .

Perhaps everything changes in the nature of our philosophical questions, in the nature of the aims and ends that might animate us, when the future dies. We need not think this extinction of the future in terms of Brassier’s crushing thought of the extinction of the universe due to heat death as the outcome of […]

via The Extinction of the Future — Larval Subjects .


 

I must have half a dozen posts on this. I was wondering if anyone else felt this way. Here are links to three of them.

Posterity: Art and the Artist in a post-capitalist world

Imagining Posterity

The Malevolent Desire for Recognition

 

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