July 26, 2012
Happy Birthday, Aldous Huxley: A Rare, Prophetic 1958 Interview

It’s extremely important, here and now, to start thinking about these problems—not to let ourselves be taken by surprise by the new advances of technology.
[…]
We can foresee, and we can do a great deal to forestall. After all, the price of freedom is eternal vigilance.

Read more. [via Brain Pickings]

Happy Birthday, Aldous Huxley: A Rare, Prophetic 1958 Interview

It’s extremely important, here and now, to start thinking about these problems—not to let ourselves be taken by surprise by the new advances of technology.

[…]

We can foresee, and we can do a great deal to forestall. After all, the price of freedom is eternal vigilance.

Read more. [via Brain Pickings]

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