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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Now, imagine this in our society. George marked it as to-read Jul 03, His blend of economics and social behavior seems to be a perfect extrapolation from today’s society. This is probably the most accurate philosophical framework that predicts the new psychology of “belief” in an internet age.

Audible Download Audio Books. The third volume, The Body Machines, thoroughly deals with the demise of the cartesian subject.

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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 past. Mykel marked it as to-read Jun 17, Books by Alexander Bard. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The futurlca English translations themselves have changed vocabulary over generations of time.

James Brotchie rated it liked it May 28, They call the new power elite “netocrats”, no longer aristocrats feudalism or capitalists. Artem Melanich marked it as to-read Oct 14, Statistics which purport to futurcia public opinion are ffuturica the tools used by the media to manufacture opinion.


Customers who bought this item also bought. Want to Read saving…. Shannon Bean rated it it was amazing Feb 22, Return to Book Page. I have read it but I am quite sure I am not finished with it. The relationship of all the words in trllogy personal vocabulary, slowly constructed over a lifetime, must consist of a hierarchy of concepts with more abstract words building upon lesser words. Lars marked it as to-read Jun 19, Igor Stojanov rated it really liked it Apr 19, This is one of those futhrica that has radically changed the way I look at things.

Bard asserts that philosophy is invented and history is rewritten during each paradigm to justify the monopoly of power held by the ruling class.

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Want to Read Fufurica Reading Read. Jing marked it as to-read Apr 09, 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. The driving engine for this unfolding social revolution is exponential technological change. Emil Sundell rated it liked it Apr 19, Jimmy Gunnarsson rated it it was amazing Sep 12, Johan Reunanen rated it liked it Sep 08, Maciej Milowicki marked it as to-read Sep 15, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

This threw the current power structures out of wack and society had to be reorganized.

Lots of food for thought, and of high relevance today. At the same time I am also trying to estimate his credibility based on my impressions of him as a person. Bard mentions Julius Assange as an example of a netocrat hated by the establishment struggling to maintain the dying order. The first volume, The Netocrats, deals with human history from the perspective of the new elite of Informationalism, the emerging society of information networks, shaped by digital interactivity, making prophecies about the digital future of politics, culture, economy, et cetera.


Emil Petrov is currently reading it Jan 22, So what happens if you recontextualize the entirety of human history as different ages of Information Society?

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No trivia or quizzes yet. Like in the first transition, this allowed for an explosion of information, and similarly, society is at a tipping point that is calling for reorganization.

Hakan rated it it was amazing Jul 20, The Information Age is upon us and the more people who read this, the faster it will take over. Augusto Nasso rated it it was amazing Apr 25, This guy did so go read that instead. Recommend to read it, not listen to the audio version.

Mike Redmer rated it it was amazing Jan 26, Johan Hammar rated it really liked it Mar 02,