L’Homme Machine (2.0 czy ileś tam.)

But when David F. Skrbina, a lecturer in philosophy at the University of Michigan here, read the manifesto in The Washington Post on the day it was published, he saw value in the message. He was particularly impressed by its clarity of argument and its references to major scholars on the philosophy of technology. He saw a thinker who wrongly turned to violence but had an argument worthy of further consideration…
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In his course „Philosophy of Technology,” Skrbina highlights the great thinkers in history who have commented on the dangers of technology. He discusses one of Plato’s dialogues, which considers whether writing itself is a kind of technology, one that could be deceptive. He touches on Heidegger’s warnings of the „supreme danger” of technology. He asks students to read Rousseau’s „Discourse on Science and Arts.”
Kaczynski’s writings get equal time…

(a tytuł jest oczywiście plagiatem. plagiatem z cytatu lub odwrotnie, bo mnie się.)