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John Paul Davis

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Crown Prince of Rabbits

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Tools for Conviviality by Ivan Illich
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Illich argues here that tools whose purpose are to enrich (either monetarily or socially) the people who control and distribute them rather than to be useful for purposes friendly to a just society will create inequality and injustice regardless of t ...more
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The book's main content is one long-form essay examining how employers have become de facto governments for many people, ranging from the daily tyrannies Amazon workers suffer to the more subtle and hidden forms of control found in white collar offic ...more
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