“The Age of Disruption: Technology and Madness in Computational Capitalism”
A book by Bernard Stiegler
Leonid Bilmes / Los Angeles Review of Books
Stiegler argues that the risk-taking ethos of modern capitalism has created a generalized spirit of “disinhibition” that is a threat to law, morality, and governance.
Stiegler firmly believes that a distinction must always be upheld between “authentic thinking” and “computational cognitivism” and that today’s crisis lies in confusing the latter for the former.
Gary D. Barnett, “The Elite Controllers Fear the Individual and Individual Intelligence,” LewRockwell.com, 16 November 2019
ROBERT STEELE: This is an utterly brilliant review of an utterly brilliant book. I am reminded of my top 50 cosmic books in my recent lecture, Steele on Books & America: Love It or Lose It!
Below is a headline that proves the author’s point. Google is a despicablly amoral and evil enterprise that has completely lose touch with ethics, humanity, and reality.