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
Living in Los Angeles, walking somewhere is something of an eccentric act. To walk with no purpose, or perhaps, to walk when you could drive, is something that is not only unorthodox in this city, but perhaps even threatening (to something). Much like New York or San Francisco, Los Angeles is a plac
Here Comes The Sun Welcome to Sunflower Station. It is Tuesday June 22nd. Today, a fair number of the people involved in this project will be meeting in person. After weeks of hard work and a creative overflow of ideas, we will be splashing wine and putting pen to paper to map out the exciting [&hel