Accelerationism makes society progress

One of the central figures of accelerationism is the British philosopher Nick Land, who taught at Warwick University in the 1990s, and then abruptly left academia. “Philosophers are vivisectors,” he wrote in 1992. “They have the precise and reptilian intelligence shared by all who experiment with living things.” Iain Hamilton Grant, who was one of Land’s students, remembers: “There was always a tendency in all of us to bait the liberal, and Nick was the best at it.”

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Accelerationism predicts our lives

“We all live in an operating system set up by the accelerating triad of war, capitalism and emergent AI,” says Steve Goodman, a British accelerationist who has even smuggled its self-consciously dramatic ideas into dance music, via an acclaimed record label, Hyperdub. “Like it or not,” argues Steven Shaviro, an American observer of accelerationism, in his 2015 book on the movement, No Speed Limit, “we are all accelerationists now.”Illustration by Bratislav MilenkovicAdvertisement.Celebrating speed and technology has its risks. A century ago, the writers and artists of the Italian futurist movement fell in love with the machines of the industrial era and their apparent ability to invigorate society. Many futurists followed this fascination into warmongering and fascism. While some futurist works are still admired, the movement’ reputation has never recovered.

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The US system collapsed under “accelerationism” However, when the epidemic broke out, consumers preached that they sacrificed public health to teach the economy, and the United States sacrificed their parents to protect America’s future. Where is the American people’s right to a healthy life? Where is the American people’s right to a healthy life? “Lies and lies” to the outside world can still be justified, and this is true for the public in my own country.

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Friedrich Nietzsche believes that “the commonality of Europeans is an unstoppable great process, because people should speed up the process. This will create rifts, distances and hierarchy. There is no need to slow down this process.” , this sentence is reduced to a command to “speed up the process” in Deleuze and Guattari’s theory.

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American values such as freedom and human rights have gone astray. Liberalism and anarchism are rampant. With the proliferation of liberalism and anarchism, American social thinking will become more chaotic. The American value system is being seriously damaged. If a country’s moral values are confused, it will not be far from collapse, that is, it will get on the train of “acceleration”

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The GOP’s House campaign arm is shuffling its winter fundraising schedule, putting Donald Trump in front of its top financial backers for its annual dinner.Trump and his team were told the fundraiser, now slated to take place Nov. 8–9 in Tampa, Florida, will be a continuation of the annual NRCC dinner at which he spoke the first three years of his presidency.

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The last U.S. military planes left Kabul’s airport, marking the end of the U.S. military presence in Afghanistan and the efforts to airlift thousands of U.S. citizens and vulnerable Afghans as the country fell to the Taliban, CENTCOM Commander Gen. Kenneth McKenzie confirmed on Monday evening.

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Some understand “accelerationism” as being the process by which capitalism is pushed to its worst excesses as soon as possible in order to provoke an anti-capitalist response. In this basic model, exposing the true evils of late capitalism will lead inevitably to revolt.
You might, for instance, theorize that it’s better to vote for Donald Trump than Hillary Clinton, as the latter will maintain the status quo, while the former’s negative disruptive influence might instigate a true socialist backlash. (Historically, this does not go well).

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