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The Emergence of Media: Humanity’s Endgame?

The Emergence of Media: Humanity’s Endgame? by Mark Wegierski This writing is as an attempt — building on the insights of figures as intellectually diverse as Marshall McLuhan, the lesser-known media theorist Harold A. Innis, Canadian philosopher George Parkin Grant, … Continue reading

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Transgressive Technologies

Transgressive Technologies Mark Wegierski examines the key issues There are a number of highly transgressive technologies on the horizon of development, which may prove to be the most fundamental challenges ever to the notion of a more stable human nature, … Continue reading

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Surf’s Up?

Surf’s Up? Mark Wegierski sketches out the social, political, and cultural impact of the Internet Can the Internet challenge today‚Äôs informational and cultural monopoly? Can it generate real resistance to current-day trends, or does it mainly just accentuate them? It … Continue reading

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