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    From here, there's more about it later on in the same piece

    http://momentofcerebus.blogspot.com/...art-3.html?m=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdform View Post
    accelerationism doesn't care about you fetishising the abstract process.
    fetishising the abstract process?
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    spare me

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    I tend to think that fetishisation is a very good impulse

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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdform View Post
    accelerationism doesn't care about you fetishising the abstract process.
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    Also I'm fucking sick of accelerationism. it's literally siding with the bourgeoisie. nothing else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    I tend to think that fetishisation is a very good impulse
    no its just moronic and pseudointellectual. i must build my own system rather than be enslaved by another mans, William Blake etc. Much better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mvuent View Post
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    if you truly became an accelerationist in music you'd have to be popcult. in which point there's no point really having opinions per se because the speed of capitals self-valourisation will exceed your roadmap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mvuent View Post
    how loyal to values from the past should you be? to what extent is it ok to sit things out and wait for the pendulum to swing back in a direction that makes sense to you?
    anyways hope it's obvious that i'm talking about how over time you'll like some music scenes / movements more than others. i'm not writing an academic paper about how we should conceive of the process of history as being exactly analogous to a pendulum or some shit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    I tend to think that fetishisation is a very good impulse
    Art is fetishisation

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    Me and Barty are fetishists

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    art is boring. its for museums.
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    experimentalism > art. art is for saddos. Edwin from my literature class is probably a huge dressage fan now. actually i can look him up on linked in. much less likely to do that with experimentalists.
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    James Joyce knew this. Ulysses is just avant-garde pporn.
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