Emotions are much more intriguing currently because machines can perform intellection. Feelings seem to be a key source of ethics, as intellection cannot be apalled. Intellectual theories of ethics are not intuitive.
Capitalist objects. New shoes.
No need to sculpt, paint. Expressions — horror, beauty — are intrinsic to objects around us amd merely need to be imaged. I see chaos and instability in everything.
Intellectual inquiry is always subversive.
The liberal class cannot reform itself. It does not hold within its ranks the rebels and iconoclasts with the moral or physical courage to defy the corporate state and power elite. –Chris Hedges, Death of the liberal class.
Is it possible to induce a rapid series of emotions without just being a film?