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Tag Archives: Social Sciences
Is the web now a scout and spy for the passions?
Posted on June 1, 2014 by lawrence serewicz
We often see the web as a place where people can share information and learn. In many ways, the web provides information in ways that break down traditional hierarchies as it allows information to be linked horizontally while traditional approaches … Continue reading →
Posted in censorship, corruption, Government, republicanism, statesmanship | Tagged Corey Robbin, Edward Snowden, Hobbes, Leviathan, Passions, Political Philosophy, Social Sciences, Thomas Hobbes, United States | 3 Comments
Constant connectivity and the search for meaning
Posted on October 19, 2011 by lawrence serewicz
The SXSWi Festival made me think about the limits of constant connectivity. http://radar.oreilly.com/2011/03/sxsw2011-4-themes.html By that I do not mean in a technological sense. Connectivity is creating a gap. The gap is one of meaning. By that I mean we are … Continue reading →
Posted in good writing, linked data, open data, transparency | Tagged Leo Strauss, Philosophy, Political Philosophy, Political Science, Social Sciences, time | Comments Off on Constant connectivity and the search for meaning