Essays on Science Fiction, Globalization, and Utopia
Chapter One: The Modernisms of Science Fiction: Toward a Periodizing History
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The Modernisms of Science Fiction: Toward a Periodizing History
And yet, if the transcendent teleology that capitalist modernity constructed is coming to an end, how can the multitude define instead a materialist telos?
We will be able to respond to this question only after conducting a phenomenological and historical analysis of the relationship between virtuality and possibility, that is, after responding to the question if, how, and when the virtuality of the multitude passes through possibility and becomes reality. The ontology of the possible is in this sense the central terrain of analysis.
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