"The story goes like this: Earth is captured by a technocapital singularity..."

In the most underrated work of social theory from the 1990s, Nick Land presents a sweeping theory of modernity.

In the most underrated work of social theory from the 1990s, Nick Land presents a sweeping theory of modernity.

With about 3,500 words and only 4 citations, Meltdown seems to comprehend—and arguably foretell—a range of momentous historical developments that will only arrive decades later. From cryptocurrency to the Covid pandemic, Meltdown sees it all coming.

And yet, few social scientists have ever deigned to take this work seriously.

The time is nigh. otherlife.co/renaissance-rationalization

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