Origins of “Future Nausea”

1966, Susan Sontag, "Anthropologist as Hero" in Against Interpretation: "The felt unreliability of human experience brought about by the inhuman acceleration of historical change has led every sensitive modern mind to the recording of some kind of nausea, of intellectual vertigo." (also, 1999, William Gibson, No Maps for These Territories, 15:00 in: "I think we all have… Continue reading Origins of “Future Nausea”

Text, Telos, and Ritual

I've been set free and I've been bound To the memories of yesterday's clouds I've been set free and I've been bound And now I'm set free I'm set free to find a new illusion — "I'm Set Free," The Velvet Underground “As time goes on... the universe becomes more and more what experience has revealed,… Continue reading Text, Telos, and Ritual