Notes on Blacceleration

Nothing human makes it out of the near-future. -Nick Land If, at its most radical, accelerationism claims, in Camatte's words, that "there can be a revolution that is not for the human" and draws the consequences of this, then one can either take the side of an inherited image of the human against the universal history of capital and dream of "leaving this world," or one can accept that "the means of production are going for a revolution on their own."

Toby Shorin

Source: Notes on Blacceleration