Hyperlinks and manuscript amendment

I have decided to start adding in some hyperlinks into the text to make it more interactive and provide the reader with further reading material. For example, when Society of the Spectacle and Badiou’s “Fifteen Theses on Contemporary Art” are mentioned, you will be able to click on links to read those texts on other parts of the web.

==> Does this seem like a good idea, or is the orange text too distracting?

I have also edited a piece of dialogue to correct an error that I have only just now realized. In Chapter 1, Witherslapt claims that the specter of the aristocratic-proletarian ethic is raised in Badiou’s 12th thesis on contemporary art, while in reality, this specter is raised in Badiou’s 11th thesis. Witherslapt is not one to be mistaken on this subject matter, and as such, the manuscript has been amended to reflect this.

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