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2019 | 54 |
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Technicyzacja: „w niewoli władzy i wolności”

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Scientific Discipline and Identity of the Scholar
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Technicalisation, particularly in relation to mass media and Internet, catches people – as Melosik’s concept shows – in a trap of power and freedom. Contemporary citizens are misled by the promise of technological freedom and, simultaneously, they stimulate the processes of global technicalization. As a consequence, they become slaves of technological power. This paper shows two selected contexts of such techno-paradox: techno-slavery of cognitive processes and techno-slavery of the future.
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2019-09-15
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