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    review µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø Benjamin Noys PDF/EBOOK [Malign Velocities Accelerationism and Capitalism] Parts of this book were decidedly a bit beyond my comprehension and took awhile for me to dig around the vocabulary I am not that familiar with but beyond that I am surprised by the well roundedness of Noys's exploration of the topic As such some uotes showing his words are better than my attempt to sum them up What we can trace between anti accelerationists and accelerationists is a strangeconvergence on nostalgia –

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    PDF/EBOOK [Malign Velocities Accelerationism and Capitalism] As one of the few perhaps the only book length critiues of accelerationism Malign Velocities provides a powerful and necessary alternative approach to the idea that the only valuable strategy the political left can adopt in the second decade of the twenty first century is not to resist rather to speed up capitalist mode

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    PDF/EBOOK [Malign Velocities Accelerationism and Capitalism] Read & Download Malign Velocities Accelerationism and Capitalism Noys assembles genealogical materials that successfully strip away some of the appeal of accelerationism The spirit is argumentative but Noys is sensitive to the intricacies of the arguments he addresses reconstructing them often with clarity than is achieved by the disciples of the cult of non personality The readings of the accelerationist canon and the careful analysis of its excremental vision are highlights

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    review µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø Benjamin Noys Benjamin Noys Ø 6 Free read PDF/EBOOK [Malign Velocities Accelerationism and Capitalism] This is a fascinating book that manages the balance between high theory and a social diagnosis of contemporary life It features a deep undergirding of left politics which enables the diagnosis of accelerationism as a political and cultural str

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    PDF/EBOOK [Malign Velocities Accelerationism and Capitalism] Benjamin Noys Ø 6 Free read An appropriately speedy at times even breathlessly paced intervention that critiues the revolutionary powers so often ascribed to accelerationalism I'd say it's a bit heavy on theory and light on examples but eac

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Al program When Noys is *criticizing accelerationism he doesn t often say land says x and t often say Land says x and s why that *accelerationism he oesn t often say Land says x and here s why that problematic for example The second problem 10 Mindsets That Can Cause Drug and Alcohol Addiction and Mess up Sobriety does not evenepend on one s familiarity with the figures he s Alchemy Ever After discussing Let s take the 1970s French theorists who Noys criticizes at a theoretical level most considerably other people like Land get no noteworthy appraisal others like the Futurists areismissed off hand after all if they were Fascists or misogynists they can t be taken seriously for one moment right I have some knowledge of Deleuze and Guattari a passing knowledge of Baudrillard and no familiarity at all with Lyotard The sections on DG are based on a very simplistic reading of them and My Academia do not levy any worthwhile criticism further a considerate reading of Anti Oedipus especially the passages onesiring machines working by breaking own could have informed what Noys believes is a preferable alternative to accelerationism chapter 7 Not knowing anything about Lyotard though I can still spot the sleights of hand Noys makes In the Introduction he oes not present what Lyotard says of accelerationism in a satisfyingly clear way he then talks about Lyotard views using the term sublime without any uncontroversial evidence he then says an embrace of the sublime is a conservative trope Connect the Pathfinder Player Companion: Alchemy Manual dots Lyotard is a conservativeapparently This leads into the third problem most chapters in this book go the following way summarize a writer summarize a book summarize a movie this writer sucks because x There is no flow or consistency between any of the sections or any of the chapters that gives any credence to Noys critiue For example in chapter 3 Machine Being Noys says he is going to show why DG actually believe in a fantasy when they think they re talking about real production Okay fine Noys summarizes a book by Victor Tausk which DG refer to in Anti Oedipus Noys reminds us again what he wants to argue about DG Noys then summarizes Gravity s Rainbow and hints at two readings a psychoanalytic one Noys is a card carrying psychoanalyst by the way so let s not pretend DG ever had a chance of a fair interpretation and an accelerationist one Noysoes not explore either in AFRICAN AMERICAN URBAN detail Finally there s a few paragraphs basically sayingesire is repetitive and hollow Oh okay So why are DG fantasizing Noys just says they o he oes not argue for this position at all Towards that end Noys uses the very handy tactic of The Gnostic Religion deploying economic buzzwords accepted by postmoden social sciences and humanities academics Neoliberalism and its twin horses ofoom Thatcher and Reagan otcom bubble financialization housing crisis stagflation and of course the big one which is so huge and useful that it makes it into the title capitalism Pepper them in anywhere Ever notice that the CCRU started changing around the time of The Dotcom Bubble Weird Huh dotcom bubble Weird huh Nick Land he never had a chance of knowing his career would be historically situated and thus efeated by the economic machinations of stockbrokers across the AtlanticHere s some positives because on the internet you re supposed to try to make friends and respect your elders Noys gives a solid history and background for accelerationism You can learn a bit about where accelerationist ideas came from by reading this book and come up with a nice reading list Also Noys is careful enough to not take the most belligerent and wrong headed polemical critiue of accelerationism Imagine this book written by someone much less intelligent oreven worsea critical theorist And on that note I applaud Noys for trying to criticize accelerationism It is an absolutely worthwhile project to try and Mocktails dispel the illusions and hype surrounding accelerationism Unfortunately this book is just too short and underdeveloped to be worth reading Noys just presents some unsubstantiated things he thinks about accelerationism as a middle of the road Socialist and summarizes a series of books you can just read for yourself Skip it or read it andefend your favorite theorist s honor if you feel so inclined. S; the unconscious fantasies of our integration with machines; the apocalyptic accelerationism of the post 2008 moment of crisis; and the terminal moment of negative accelerationism suggests the pleasures and pains of speed signal the need to Clojure In Action disengage negate andevelop a new politics that truly challenges the supposed pleasures of spe. Malign Velocities Accelerationism and CapitalismA fun short overview of accelerationism and *The Romance Of The Machine So To *romance of the machine so to Well written in the sense that even when i encountered bits that i knew nothing about ie Lacan and Southern African Literature: An Introduction did not really understand what was being said it stillidn t become boring or make me zone out An appropriately speedy at times even breathlessly paced intervention that critiues the revolutionary powers so often ascribed to accelerationalism I BWWM (Interracial Romance BWWM African American Multicultural Romance) *2 (Interracial Romance BWWM African American Multicultural Romance) *2: Billionaires Secret Baby (BWWM Secret Baby Romance Contemporary Romance) d say it s a bit heavy on theory and light on examples but each chapter is soensely packed a This is a fascinating book that manages the balance between high theory and a social BWWM (An African American Romance) (BWWM Paranormal Scifi Romance) diagnosis of contemporary life It features aeep undergirding of left politics which enables the African Literature: Overview and Bibliography diagnosis of accelerationism as a political and cultural strategyAt its most basic this book enters the problem of speed It explores the contradictory hope andevastation of new technologies exploring the Futurists Detroit techno the cyberpunks and the otcom bubblePerhaps most significantly Noys helps us to understand what is happening to the workplace and labour Can labour and work become any faster What will be the social cost of that accelerationism This books provides a trajectory to that answer Noys assembles genealogical materials that successfully strip away some of the appeal of accelerationism The spirit

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argumentative but is sensitive to the intricacies of the arguments he addresses reconstructing them often with clarity than is achieved by the isciples of the cult of non personality The readings of the accelerationist canon and the careful analysis of its excremental vision are highlights As one of the few perhaps the only book length critiues of accelerationism Malign Velocities provides a powerful and necessary alternative approach to the idea that the only valuable strategy the political left can adopt in the second ecade of the twenty first century is not in the second ecade of the twenty first century is not resist rather to speed up capitalist modes of production in order to assist them in reaching their own breaking point Noys navigates through historical examples of accelerationism identifying common themes shared by the Italian Futurists Fall for You defiant communist accelerationists such as Aleksei Gastev the post 68 machinic utopianists such as Deleuze Guattari and Pynchon and the cyberpunk phuturists of the 90s Nick Land and the Ccru Of course this means that Noysefinition of accelerationism is uite generic and his individual critiues tend not to travel far beyond their own chapters Regardless many of his criticisms tend to stick in the memory and seem fair and measured as opposed to unfair and scathing accelerationism as utopian excess experienced as jouissance ecstasy that collapses into masochistic pain an ironically nostalgic attempt to recreate the future of the past and a postgraduate Money Blues to Blue Money disorder suggesting the postgraduate s confrontation of the world of labour of which they are about to be integrated as one of future horror endless and trivial Particular attention is given to accelerationism s machinic impulses Noys suggests the ongoing theme of the integration of man and machine note the gender is symptomatic of theesires to produce the Real as the Real of production and circulation italics in original and to integrate the repetitive and Facial Action Coding SystemInvestigator's Guide Part 16701 deadening circuit of the sexualrive into the eadening circuit of labour Using Walter Benjamin s reading of The Railway Disaster at the Firth of Tay as a springboard Noys begins to plot out an alternative to accelerationism that oesn t simply regress back into traditional failing proletarian narratives Two key measures would be to tap and resist the incitement of Alchemy Martial Supreme desire that capitalism produces and a restoration of the sense of friction that interrupts andisrupts the fundamental accelerationist fantasy of smooth integration Parts of this book were Nicholas Flamels First Codex decidedly a bit beyond my comprehension and took awhile for me toig around the vocabulary I am not that familiar with but beyond that I am surprised by the well roundedness of Noys s exploration of the topic As such some uotes showin. We are told our lives are too fast subject to the accelerating Alien demand that we innovate work enjoy produce and consume That’s one familiar story Another stranger story is told here of those who think we haven’t gone fast enough Instead of rejecting the increasing tempo of capitalist production they argue that we should embrace and ac. G his words are better than my attempt to sum them up What we can trace between anti accelerationists and accelerationists is a strangeconvergence on nostalgia nostalgia for a vanishing possibility of socialist slowown itself aterminal slide away from socialism versus a capitalist ostalgie that can only fill in our absentfuture with past reams of acceleration This is a painful irony for accelerationism inparticula Wilfully obscure sloppily thought out tract on how you probably shouldn t meld with your fridge Touches on liuid modernity and its relationship to speed and isruption and its links to mental isorders like schizophrenia the ultimate ghost in #the machine isorder that is at the heart of modernity Relates all of #machine À quoi rêvent les algorithmes disorder that is at the heart of modernity Relates all of to late stage capitalism This book is a 100 page outline or a sketch It is like a hunch I think this hunch is on the right track but I so much want a longer and rigorous treatment So far it is nice but merely a confirmatory hunch ion t think it is entirely unfair to say that Noys critiue only comes together in the final chapter The part on Bataille and anal economy is indigestibly hard going as I clearly BWWM (Interracial African American Billionaire Baby Romance Marriage Urban) 40 (Interracial African American Billionaire Baby Romance Marriage Urban) 40: Billionaires Secret Baby (Interracial African American Romance Urban Baby Romance Short Stories) didn t have the pre reuisite background knowledge though honestly Ion t see how it ties into the rest of the book You will emerge from the other side having a better understanding of the intellectual predecessors of contemporary accelerationism Italian fascismo futurism but not with a clear grasp of why it is not a project worth being invested in Actually even the term contemporary accelerationism is a misnomer since accelerationism is by no means a monolithic movement Noys Spare the Child: The Religious Roots of Punishment and the Psychological Impact of Physical Abuse does mention in passing Nick and William s Inventing the Future but heoes not properly Managing Activism A Guide to Dealing with Activists and Pressure Groups distinguish it from Nick Land type hyperstitional Shoggoth accelerationism which I believe is the intended target of his critiue of going all the way of the celebration of the merging of living labor withead labor i might have to revisit this text again I suspect most academic books maybe books in general are just a list of excuses for personal prejudices You believe what you want and then wave your hands until you have some mildly convincing reasons why you believe what you want to believe That s particularly easy in continental philosophy Some academic books Forcefully And Shamelessly Delve Into Polemics And The Reader Is and shamelessly elve into polemics and the reader is for the ride Other academic books are clear and precise enough *That You Forget You *you forget you reading some asshole with a PhD s preferences Other books aren t out and out polemics but are also shoddily reasoned so the reader is left scratching their head writing in the margins and wondering why they bothered Here s where Malign Velocities comes inMalign Velocities is a critiue of accelerationism What s accelerationism It is a complex heterogenous group of thinkers who generally emphasize speed technological progress and anti humanism Accelerationism is now hip with the youngins because of Living Meme Nick Land vaporwave thinkpieces and of course the encroaching sense of oom and futility in contemporary life Apparently Noys coined the term He Alien Generals Chosen Brion Brides describes influences and predecessors Italian Futurists Soviet poets French theorists etc He alsoescribes Academic Motherhood: How Faculty Manage Work and Family different trends in accelerationism apocalypticism terminality so on His critiue amounts to the following accelerationists are apologists to capitalism even when they think they re piercing through it they indulge in a fantasy of the Real note the capital R and they forget or try toismiss living labor in the productive processNoys Alcohol Fuel: A Guide to Making and Using Ethanol as a Renewable Fuel does not furnish a single reason why you should believe any of the preceding Partly because he avoids naming his targets partly because when heoes name his target he is simplifying and misunderstanding them beyond recognition and partly because there s no clear sense of argumentation or consistency in the chapters The first problem is simple enough considering accelerationism is not infreuently broken up into left and right its angerous to try and criticize accelerationism as a unified intellectual and politic. Celerate it Rejecting this conclusion Malign Velocities tracks this 'accelerationism' as the symptom of the misery and pain of labour under capitalism Retracing a series of historical moments of accelerationism the Italian Futurism; communist accelerationism after the Russian Revolution; the 'cyberpunk phuturism' of the ’90s and ’00. ,