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Political theory of the digital age

Political theory of the digital age
where artificial intelligence might take us

  • ISBN: 9781009255196
  • Editorial: Cambridge University Press
  • Lugar de la edición: Cambridge. Reino Unido
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Medidas: 24 cm
  • Nº Pág.: 400
  • Idiomas: Inglés

Papel: Rústica
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With the rise of far-reaching technological innovation, from artificial intelligence to Big Data, human life is increasingly unfolding in digital lifeworlds. While such developments have made unprecedented changes to the ways we live, our political practices have failed to evolve at pace with these profound changes. In this path-breaking work, Mathias Risse establishes a foundation for the philosophy of technology, allowing us to investigate how the digital century might alter our most basic political practices and ideas. Risse engages major concepts in political philosophy and extends them to account for problems that arise in digital lifeworlds including AI and democracy, synthetic media and surveillance capitalism and how AI might alter our thinking about the meaning of life. Proactive and profound, Political Theory of the Digital Age offers a systemic way of evaluating the effect of AI, allowing us to anticipate and understand how technological developments impact our political lives - before it's too late.

1. Introduction : Digital lifeworlds in human history
Learning from the Amish : political philosophy as philosophy of technology in the digital century
Artificial intelligence and the past, present, and future of democracy
Truth will not set you free : is there a right to it anyway? Elaborating on the work public reason does in Life 2.0
Knowing and being known : investigating epistemic entitlements in digital lifeworlds
Beyond porn and discreditation : epistemic promises and perils of deepfake technology
the fourth generation of human rights : epistemic rights in Life 2.0 and Life 3.0
On surveillance capitalism, instrumentarian power, and social physics : securing the enlightenment for digital lifeworlds
Data as social facts : distributive justice meets big data
God, Golem, and gadget worshippers : meaning of life in the digital age
Moral status and political membership : toward a political theory for Life 3.0


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