A Call to Technophiles

Socrates, considered to be the first moral philosopher and the founder of Western philosophy, lived at a time when the alphabet was first being introduced to Greece. He famously declined to write anything down, so all of the teaching we have from him is lectures or debates that were recorded … Read More

Book Review: The Shallows

“There’s nothing wrong with technology. It’s a tool; it’s all about how you use it.” I’m sure you’ve heard that before. You’ve probably said it yourself. It’s become a cliche at this point, but it would be good to subject it to critical evaluation. What role should technology play in … Read More