preface to an affectivity manifesto

we’re not here to show you what is affective. we’re not even trying prove to you that affect exists.

everything is affective.

the struggle is to see what we’re left with after the world is translated out of the wooden language of self-interest, public opinion, and political rationality and into speed, intensity, rhythm, and flow.

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