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It’s time to accept that normalcy no longer exists

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15/07/16 08:14

<nettime> Forms of decisionism

It’s time to accept that normalcy no longer exists. The world is on
the edge of some new form of order. You can’t appeal to the past,
to the constitution, to due process, to human rights, to your bank
account, to anything. Either we decide to know in our bones and in our
acts that inequality is already a state of emergency both nationally
and internationally, or the racist classist nationalist xenophobes
are going to decide on their own pathway. And it could easily become
something comparable to the last big round of authoritarianism and
global war.

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July 16th, 2016 at 2:18 pm

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Anti-art

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Anti-art – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anti-art artworks may reject art based upon a consideration of art as being oppressive of a segment of the population. 

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February 14th, 2010 at 10:38 am

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authority

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After a study of modern painters, the biologist C. H. Waddington
articulated the following argument (Waddington: 1970). “As a species we
transmit information over generations both genetically and through
speech and writing. Speech and writing inevitably result in authority
structures, someone telling someone else what to do.”

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September 16th, 2008 at 11:51 am

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