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General Will 2.0: Rousseau, Freud, Google By Hiroki Azuma Naoki Matsuyama,

  • Title: General Will 2.0: Rousseau, Freud, Google
  • Author: Hiroki Azuma Naoki Matsuyama
  • ISBN: 9781935654742
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
  • Stay informed Talk about the issues Always be engaged Liberal societies have encouraged their members to take part or at least interest in politics Yet, even in developed nations where it is said to work, the democratic process as we know it routinely fails to give voice, on the one hand, and to appeal at all, on the other hand, to a good number of citizens.Whatever coStay informed Talk about the issues Always be engaged Liberal societies have encouraged their members to take part or at least interest in politics Yet, even in developed nations where it is said to work, the democratic process as we know it routinely fails to give voice, on the one hand, and to appeal at all, on the other hand, to a good number of citizens.Whatever countervailing hopes the worldwide web gave rise to in its dawning years, far from restoring the public sphere of yore, the internet has completed its fragmentation According to Japanese thinker Hiroki Azuma, the way forward must be sought through what network technology is actually good at aggregating and processing the traces we leave without always meaning to every time we wade into the world of connectivity Harking back to Rousseau and his idea of the general will, dropping by Freud and his discovery of the unconscious, taking inspiration from Google and the tenor of its innovations, revisiting Christopher Alexander and his highway planning, and making curious bedfellows of Twitter, Rorty, and Nozick, General Will 2.0 is a wild ride bound to delight not just citizens who care but those who find doing so to be increasingly difficult and false.
    General Will Rousseau Freud Google Stay informed Talk about the issues Always be engaged Liberal societies have encouraged their members to take part or at least interest in politics Yet even in developed nations where it is said to w

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    1. interesting perspective , from japan around 2010, after the fukushima reactor tsunami disaster this is a series of linked essays written about politics in the age of the internet social media conspiracy websites and how democracy may become something different and new and responsive to this general will , from deliberative, communicative, practical government to something expressive of unconscious of society he ranges through various names as noted, potted summations of locke, hume, rousseau to [...]

    2. Hard to know how to rate this one Azuma is a perennially interesting thinker, but not a particularly deep one He tends to approach Western thought as a grand buffet from which he picks and chooses at will, heedless of how flavors, ingredients, and textures might clash Since he only nibbles, it probably doesn t matter Azuma is writing here as a public thinker, so I m willing to cut him some slack for superficiality this isn t a scholarly performance, but a journalistic one A provocative, but not [...]

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