Are we moving too fast for meaning? That's the argument put together by Franco Berardi in his essay “Time, Acceleration, and Violence,” published on e-flux. It's the latest in an expanding body of “are we moving too fast for”¦?” thinking, with meaning-as-victim following truth-as-victim (Zygmunt Bauman), character-as-victim (Richard Sennett), and promiscuity-as-victim (Miquel Brown). But does it make any sense?
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