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David Chapman
"Just as there are mental states only possible in crowds, there are mental states only possible in privacy." Loneliness epidemic—or a golden age of privacy? Now, about that dumb tweet of yours from five years ago— by
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Alexander Wolfe 7 Mar 18
“Privacy — the freedom from making performances” What a great definition
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Alexander Wolfe 7 Mar 18
I can’t help but think about how social media encourages us to perform for ourselves
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Silver Key 7 Mar 18
Not so much for ourselves, I think, but for an ambiguously present audience of an ambiguous size. It's the opposite of privacy: asymmetric surveillance in the other direction.
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Alexander Wolfe 7 Mar 18
I equate performing for an ambiguous audience as performing for yourself. Maybe a poor interpretation, not sure...
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David Chapman 7 Mar 18
It was hard to choose which passage to quote!
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Sister Sarah 7 Mar 18
<3 <3 <3 I’m not worthy
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Jenny Funkmeyer 11 Apr 18
The gold standard for a "Homo Deus" - one who is able to stay in meditation while in public!
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Taylor Pearson Sep 11
Where should I start with hintjens
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Taylor Pearson Sep 12
Excellent, thank you!
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