Technological Slavery
  • Technological Slavery
  • Technological Slavery
  • Technological Slavery
ISBN: 1944228012
EAN13: 9781944228019
Language: English
Pages: 355
Dimensions: 1.0629921249" H x 8.9370078649" L x 6.0236220411" W
Weight: 1.17285923384 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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In this book, Kaczynski turns his attention to technological slavery. Overall, I had no problems with the shipping and delivery, it was efficient and arrived as described.
This is the grotesque, maddening, maddening, maddening beast that I've come to know and love, and that CONVENIENTLY ISN'T MENTIONED IN THE NOVEL LONG DESCRIPTION. Very serious stuff, Max. You might try Hypnotherapy, or just go for a walk.
Haven't said in a long time and so many times while reading a book like this that I have with this writing. He has many insights into modern culture and the affects that technology has brought about. It's a depressing and discouraging read, with not many realistic answers as to what the average Joe or Jane can do about it. I would however, highly recommend this book to anyone who wants a challenging perspective on where humanity is in the 21st century, or who is not afraid of a good challenge to think and evaluate humanity's present state of existence. . which, IMHO, is so taken up with the idea of humanity evolving into something great, that so few people consider other legit perspectives on matters of importance.
   Worth Reading
A great book, very clearly written about a topic that most people haven't heard of, Garton said. Unless you have studied this topic extensively, you will find it very difficult to understand. The novelist is serving a life sentence at the federal prison in Butner, N.Y. It is my belief that somebody who is serving their time should be able to communicate with the outside world, he said.
   What he writes about, It is happening today.
Yes, he killed people which is awful. Forward-looking predictions aside, we can't dismiss them all. I think that Harvard University and the experiments on him were responsible for his deeds on society just like all liberalism is destroying this country, he said.
   Was a great gift for my son
Bought it for a Christmas present for my son he had a reading for college and it was excellent.
   Includes industrial society and its future
Great book from a visionary but just a reminder to anyone who doesn't have industrial society and it's future it's included in this book.
   Not what I expected
This book is not filled with radical redirect, as I half expected it to be. Halfway through the second act, you have to remind yourself that you are agreeing with a serial killer. Technology has changed the way we live, and the way we think about the world.
   No profit goes to Kaczynski
Very interesting read. Like many have stated I was intrigued by this book and Mr Kaczynski's ideas, but did not wish to support him financially. In fact, I was pleased to find out that in the introduction it is confirmed that Sam "not one dime of profit" goes to Mr. Kaczynski, thanks to the Son of Law.
   The Philosophical Investigations equivalent of Technology; Science and Progress.
A definite edition of Industrial Society and Its Future, accompanied by additional letters from Kaczynski, expands upon his ideas. Physical quality of the book is impressive. The other bootlegs are scattered across Amazon. com. This book is highly recommended for students, teachers and anyone who values quality over quantity. Destroying any type of technological positive idealism you've been fed through science fiction tommorrowland romances. If you value those star trek movies there's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow sleepy tunes don't read this. Yes, I know it's just ignorance, but bliss.