Audrey Borowski is a doctoral student at the University of Oxford and the author of the upcoming article, ‘Leibnizian Musings on Intellectual Automation’.
Book Review: No Need for Geniuses: Revolutionary Science in the Age of the Guillotine by Steve Jones
In No Need for Genuises: Revolutionary Science in the Age of the Guillotine, Steve Jones explores Revolutionary Paris as […]
In Leibniz: On God and Religion: A Reader, Lloyd Strickland brings together the philosopher’s writing on God and religion, […]
In A Theory of the Drone, French philosopher Grégoire Chamayou seeks to comprehend how drones have revolutionised contemporary warfare […]
In The Glass Cage: Where Automation is Taking Us, Nicholas Carr expands upon his prior examination of the internet’s […]
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Postcapitalism: A Guide to Our Future. Paul Mason. Allen Lane. 2015.
In Radicals, Revolutionaries and Terrorists, Colin J. Beck seeks to provide new conceptual tools through which to consider the […]