All this assurance in the future self, regardless of actual preparation for or practice of the proposed task, raises two issues. First, it engages boldly with the Cartesian “cogito.” I believe that I am successful, and therefore I make money. Alexandra Hammond (MFA AP15) contributed “Notes from the Land of the Perpetual Present” to the Bad History edition of KAPSULA. 

All this assurance in the future self, regardless of actual preparation for or practice of the proposed task, raises two issues. First, it engages boldly with the Cartesian “cogito.” I believe that I am successful, and therefore I make money.

Alexandra Hammond (MFA AP15) contributed “Notes from the Land of the Perpetual Present” to the Bad History edition of KAPSULA.