From Publishers Weekly
Garrett Kalleberg's Psychological Corporation finds that the subject's position in psychic space can be rigidly fixed, just as "at exactly 12:10 AM a photograph will be taken of my garbage can from 5 miles up and in 2 or 3 years I could buy it for cheap. That at exactly 12:30 AM a photograph etc. There's an advertisement in Wired." The speaker of "From a Psychological Atlas" tracks "very very very small scale" emotional movements from behind a terrifyingly blank lab coat, while he of "Agoraphobia" gazes "at the panorama and the whole glorious diorama of pedestrians going around, very slowly, for walks. Not rats." In 18 lyrics that take neo-Eliotic alienation to the breaking point, Kalleberg finds the zero point where morality disappears in action and feeling.
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Garrett Kalleberg's Psychological Corporations finds that the subject's position in psychic space can be rigidly fixed, just as ""at exactly -- Publishers Weekly