Pris: 65 kr. E-bok, Laddas ned direkt. Köp The Futurica Trilogy av Alexander Bard, Jan Söderqvist på For the Futurica Trilogy to truly be understood, it needs to be taken less as a prediction of the future and more as a recontextualization of the. Jan Söderqvist (born ) is an author, lecturer, writer and consultant, and among other things also working as a literary and film critic for the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet. Söderqvist has written three books on the Internet revolution, collectively known as The Futurica Trilogy, together with philosopher and TV.
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The Netocracts: Futurica Trilogy 1 by Alexander Bard
Futurica Trilogy 1 by Alexander Bard. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. No trivia or quizzes yet. So what happens if you recontextualize the entirety of human history as different ages of Information Society?
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Belongs in every freethinking scholar’s library. The means of production with which we operate in are no longer wholly tangible, we construct products via information. He has given fair warning that we are entering a era of “dividuals”, therefore if he is a dividual then multiple personalities can be expected. Refresh and try again. The Futurica Trilogy by Alexander Bard. He summarizes the history of civilization by four major revolutions in information technology: Thanks for telling us about the problem.
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Society can only grow to the extent that language can travel. The investigations of the mass-media are, on their most profound level, investigations into the mass-media themselves.
Alexander Bard and Jon Soderqvist, Swedish sociologists, analyze the evolution of feudalism into capitalism which is now evolving into a new social paradigm which the authors call “informationalism”. Read more Read less. Get to Know Us. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.
Bard asserts that philosophy is invented and history is rewritten during each paradigm to justify the monopoly of power held by the ruling class. The first volume, The Netocrats, deals with human history from the perspective of the new tfilogy of Informationalism, the emerging society of information networks, shaped by digital interactivity, making prophecies about the digital future of politics, culture, economy, et cetera.
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To futuricx out more, including how to control cookies, see trilpgy Johan Hammar rated it really liked it Mar 02, There was the Stone Age, the Bronze Age, the Iron Age, and then Industrial Society which contained capitalism, and the so-called height of human civilization. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Robert Lux rated it it was amazing Jul 24, This shit turned my world upside down.
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We shifted from tribal gods to feudal gods monotheismand changed from cheiftons to monarchs, and from shamans to priests. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. What this book does, is take the properties of the internet and postulates what kind of society would need to be present in order for the information technology to flourish.
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The Netocracts: Futurica Trilogy 1
The major paradigm shift from this form of society occurred not when we began using bronze tools, but when we created systems of written language. Although I am one of the few people that read all three volumes, I cannot count myself in the very few that comprehended them them in their entirety.
He wears provocative short pants, an unkempt beard and discordant plaid colors as if to call attention to himself as an unconventional person tweaking the nose trulogy the establishment which he would like to see swept away by the evolving netocracy.
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