Mark Zuckerberg and the End of Language

“These strategies for circumventing language are examples of what the philosopher Slavoj Zizek has called the ‘crisis of symbolic efficiency.’ Somehow, words no longer seem trustworthy or adequate as ways of representing experience. They don’t grasp the truth firmly enough; they slip and slide around. Best to find some more reliable way of communicating  experiences between one brain to another.”

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