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Society Elsewhere: Why the Gravest Threat to Humanity Will Come from Within

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The biggest political and economic issue of the 21st and 22nd centuries will not be food, war, overpopulation, or the environment, but boredom and uselessness. The biggest problem will be figuring out how to manage people's emotional lives in a time when their intelligence, brains and consciousness will become irrelevant. The writers of the 2050s will observe that the idea ...more
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Published June 29th 2018 by Zero Books
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I found this to be such an interesting and unexpected read. Sometimes books about this topic become either way too technical for me to understand or are written in such a monotonous tone, however I found this to be the complete opposite of that. It’s short, straight to the point and very informative.

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