Friday, December 30, 2005


What do you think?

Life has been reduced to a spectacle; all relationships are transactional in capitalist society. Capitalism has created "pseudo-needs" to continually ensure increased consumption. The experience of living has been switched from the point of production to the point of consumption, making modern capitalism a consumer society. The individual, or worker, is no longer recognized as a producer, but courted as a consumer. We don't experience life; we observe it through films, television and other media.


Post a Comment

<< Home