Along with the development of science and technology, technological improvements grew along with it, resulting to the emergence of new equipment and devices. As Kieron ‘Hara highlighted in Plato and the Internet, information has moved from the Platonic realm of “justified true perception” – that knowledge is based on things like purpose, experience, notion – to a commodity, or information, that can be utilized for a given scenario.
It is in this state of existence that we start to hear warnings from folks like Norbert Wiener who states that “It’s the cybernetic perform between humans and machines that we can work to understand, with the hope of gaining some ingredient of management over rapidly increasing know-how.
Aligning such political processes with creative powers of invention that demand laboratories of thought and experimentation for future types of subjectivation” (Guattari’s words), also poses a demand for the ingenious rigor with which life amongst media should be taken up’ (5).
Yes, Nell, and I see a huge chasm being created by those who own and perceive the newest know-how, and those who don’t,(me), however I believe that we were really ready mentally however not emotionally, and I feel that technology is separating us …