Awkwardness is the consciousness of a false position.
Gopnik sees awkwardness as “a great blessing”: a new form of equanimity. Instead of obsessing over “morals” or “behavior,” the new generation is “concerned only about grace.” Gopnik implies a turn away from outraged ethical judgment and toward tranquil aesthetic appreciation. But it’s important to note that grace in this context is also moral: you can’t be graceful when you’re in a false position.
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Michelangelo Antonioni made a film called Blow-Up based on a short story that was written by Julio Cortazar.