Automation and Utopia
by Danaher, John (2019)
Automating technologies threaten to usher in a workless future, but John Danaher argues that this can be a good thing. A world without work may be a kind of utopia, free of the misery of the job and full of opportunities for creativity and exploration. If we play our cards right, automation could be the path to idealized forms of human flourishing.
ThemesPost-Work Society, Leisure, End of Work, End of Work, Automation, Automation, Anarchism
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