Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
The technological revolution and globalization have opened up what this book refers to as “The Age of Perplexity”. Perplexity in the face of changes that affect not only our lives, but the future of humanity. These changes are felt in the economy, politics, society and our daily life, and even what seemed to be fundamental constants of the human race: physical and mental capacities, longevity, and our position as the dominant species, challenged everyday by even more intelligent and omnipresent machines.
“The Age of Perplexity. Rethinking the World We Knew” offers a multidisciplinary analysis of the effects of these changes, from the contributions of twenty-three top authors. This book is, without a doubt, the first to employ such a complex and international focus, and skilfully connects the different fields to stimulate an essential debate.
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