When people are children, I think it is somewhat common to wonder if maybe their parents had a secret family somewhere. Well, mine actually did. One of them did, anyway. Continue reading “Paradox Mountain”
We are living in the time of the technosocial. But what is the technosocial; the society that is technological? It is more than the mere interplay between society and technology – for such an interplay is in itself unremarkable. Rather, the technosocial is a society whose members’ self-understanding is mediated in solely technological terms. Continue reading “The Technosocial”
They choose, and give us as an example the only original rule of life today: to learn to live and to die, and, in order to be a man, to refuse to be a god.
– Albert Camus