Omnicide

Mania, Fatality, and the Future-in-Delirium

Jason Bahbak Mohaghegh

What kind of circumstances provoke an obsessive focus on the most minute object or activity? And what causes such mania to blossom into the lethal conviction that everything must be annihilated? There is no turning away from the imperative to study this riddle in all its mystifying complexity and its disturbing contemporary relevance: to ask how a lone state of delirium forges a hidden route to world-erasure.