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Historical Blindness

Raging Against the Machine: Thoughts on Technofear and Luddism

Historical Blindness
Historical Blindness
In a somewhat unorthodox episode, I share some meandering thoughts on modern technology and concerns about its potential harms, looking at some historical examples that may offer insights into the technological misgivings of today. 
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Some music on this episode is by Kai Engel, licensed under Creative Commons (CC BY 4.0), including "Remedy for Melancholy."
Additional music licensed through Blue Dot Sessions under a blanket license active at the time of this episode's publication, including "Black Ballots, "Access Road 442," "Tarte Tatin," "Game Lands," "Cicle Deserrat," and "The Gran Dias."
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