The Pleasures of Pessimism
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Natasha Moore., & Natasha Moore|AUTHOR. (2020). The Pleasures of Pessimism. Acorn Press.

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    [synopsis] => Re:CONSIDERING invites you to look at what's familiar from an unfamiliar angle. To consider how we consider things — and how to do it better.

Pandemic, supervolcano, late capitalism, transhumanism, populism, cancel culture, the post-antibiotic age, the gig economy, the surveillance state, the cascading effects of climate change ...

Whatever the specifics, do you ever feel like things are going off the rails - or are just about to?

If you've read the news, watched a zombie movie, or gotten into an argument on Twitter lately, the answer is probably yes.

And you're not alone.

What makes us such apocaholics?

What's so appealing about Armageddon? What are the pleasures - and also the perils of our pessimism?
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