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“The images maintain this illusion of scientific photography,” he says. “Even though we know better, we read photographs as truths, and there’s a power in that.”

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We are coming to the edge. We are beginning to lose it. We want our pre-Dot Com attention spans back. We want our pre-Crash economies back. We want to see the Twin Towers reconstituted on rewind – two stiff fingers suddenly raised, as if their crumbling facades in reverse could undo a decade of drone strikes, digital surveillance, death, and terrorism.

We feel atomized, disciplined to our screens and decoupled from our identities. We are irritable and isolated, increasingly unable to relate to each other or ourselves. All the while, our big data is blossoming in algorithmic feedback loops. At every moment, we are being analyzed, synthesized, extrapolated, and exploited. We watch in horror as machines remake us. We feel trapped in a circular production line.

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Victory is never the end of the story here.

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Today it’s these new alt-right people who are acting physically violent. They represent the decay of common morality and decency. And I use here the the very precise term, Hegel calls it Sittlichkeit. It’s not simple morality, it’s a set of thick unwritten rules which makes our social life bearable. And, paradoxically, I think that progressives should become the voice of common decency, politeness, good manners and so on.
Here I see also the failure of political correctness, because political correctness is, for me, a desperate reaction to this disintegration. But they are doing it in a suicidal way, by precise regulations, saying this word is forbidden and so on. If it has to proceed like this, the left has already lost.

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