Meuacide: the extinction of emotions


The extinction of emotions. (From meuə– an Indo-European root for words such as remove, motion and emotion plus cide meaning to kill).

Meuacide leads to the extinction of human emotions by forces that, for example, destroy psychological, cultural and biophysical diversity in order to replace rich and diverse emotional connections to place and home at all scales with feelings of numbness, torpor, emptiness, paralysis, non-feeling, inertia, alienation and deadness.


3 comments on “Meuacide: the extinction of emotions”

  1. One has to wonder if the digital replication of emotions through social media is a leading cause of meuicide. The real world is flattened into a coded page of Me, Me, Me. Who would not feel robbed of everything? – Brendan


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