In the context of social media sharing can be defined as an individual sharing something with a group of people. How can we redefine that as multiple users sharing a singular "thing". How can sharing a singular digital identity amongst multiple users help deepen your individuality through the confrontation of individual sensibilities within a group of users.
"In a study conducted in the summer of 2008, the Notre Dame sociologist Christian Smith and his colleagues conducted in-depth interviews with 230 young American adults about their moral lives. What they found is nothing so exciting as depravity, but rather a depressing inarticulacy. Summarizing Smith's findings, David Brooks wrote "Many were quick to talk about their moral feelings but hesitant to link these feelings to any broader thinking about a shared moral framework...As one put it "I mean, I guess people feel different ways, so I couldn't speak on behalf of anyone else as to what's right and wrong"......In another context, the statement of the respondent to Smith's survey, that "what makes something right (or excellent or lame) is how I feel about it," might sound like the boast of an existential hero. But it has become the refrain of all of us who feel weak. Subjectivism leaves people isolated. Moral and aesthetic judgements have the same status as mere sensations, such as an itch - they are entirely one's own. As such, they are basically incommunicable. The dogmatic inarticulacy of subjectivism - perhaps we should call it moral autism - leaves people bereft of any public language in which to express their intuitions about the better and worse, the nobel and shameful, the beautiful and ugly, and ASSERT THEM AS VALID."
-MATTHEW CRAWFORD THE WORLD BEYOND YOUR HEAD-
PLEASE USE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING LOG INS AS A SPACE FOR COLLECTIVE SHARING AND CONFRONTATION.
USERNAME: internet__rehab PASSWORD: you4312
USERNAME: internet_rehab PASSWORD: you4312
USERNAME: firstname.lastname@example.org PASSWORD rehab4312