“..The interpassive subject does not perform ..for an actual audience, but solely for an ideal audience.” – Robert Pfaller

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“interpassive subjects are ..fleeing from their enjoyment. They even avoid it ..where ..experiencing it would be easy.” – Owners of recording devices, for example, watch less television once they have the recorder than they did when they owned only the television set.

– ROBERT PFALLER

“The interpassive subject does not personally believe that he ..has read via the copy machine; this belief is transferred to the scene’s virtual audience. Delegated enjoyment ..entails feigning enjoyment for an observing agency with the help of a consumption medium” – Robert Pfaller on copying so many pages in a library which one will never read, which one nonetheless interpassively enjoys, in the sense of the copymachine reading them for us