ART + CULTURE
Love might then be seen as an action, and in relation to the capitalist state, one that is distinctly different from an exchange relation. Love is not a matter of possession or acquiescence in the capitalist mode, but instead, a simultaneously liberatory and remissive act.
In X-Risk by Thomas Moynihan, Moynihan makes the claim that historical precedent of the apocalypse has a much different history than that of extinction, despite the fact they have been conflated to stand for a similar psychological phenomena in recent times. Moynihan makes the clear distinction: “In short, where apocalypse secures the sense of an ending, extinction anticipates the ending of sense.’