- Race as data flow, as information (not transcational though)
- Page 5 insert: "practices of joy and catharsis about being Black"
- Push back on a narrow definition of "being Black" — it's the everyday, not just BLM, pivotal experiences
- Is he making a framework (general, can be applied to e.g. "Indigenous")?
- There are theorists who want to get affect into more conversations, who believe that by overlooking this, our social theories are missing something
- Critiques against instrumental rationalist have lived in social theory, feminism, etc for a long time
- Brock is marshalling theory in a particular way to intervene in the conversation
Pathos (key idea we didn't get to last time)
- We might dismiss Aristotelian pathos and other things, but they might have undervalued or stigmatized complexity
- Deleuze interiority is actually relevant to the embodiment stuff I'm searching for
- Do we see our internal selves as always entangled with others?
- This theoretical model presumes that there is (at least something like) a self