Endless novels, poems, or movies teach us the art of becoming Plato’s disciples, loving the perfection manifested by the beloved.
Perhaps our culture does not know how to represent or think about this because we live in and through stories and dramas, and “unloving” is not a plot with a clear structure.
Émile Durkheim’s seminal Suicide
“Unloving” is the privileged terrain to understand how the intersection between capitalism, sexuality, gender relations, and technology generates a new form of (non) sociality.
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