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A society built on artificial intelligence

Is artificial intelligence and automation a rescue or a threat to society?

The hidden fascism

Natasha Lennard: Being Numerous: Essays on Non-Fascist Life

FASCISM: Is it possible to live a non-fascist life in a society built on fascist power structures?

Nature's self-regulating mechanisms

Nicolas Brown: The Serengeti Rules

How can human insight into the contexts of nature be managed for the best in the Anthropocene age?

Are you a human being?

The way we see – and do not see – the outside world is largely determined by the culture and society in which we grow up and are shaped. But is it possible to reveal our own blind spots in our day? asks author Hanne Ramsdal.

Together we are less alone

George Monbiot: Out of the Wreckage

The competition principle of neoliberalism goes against our nature; it is cooperation that is unique to our species – and cooperation that can save us.

Liberal and anarchist

Weekly magazine The Economist marked 15. September's 175 anniversary with a manifesto against weakened liberal values.

The new glue of society

Ingeborg Eliassen and Svein Egil Omdal: Borger Payroll. The idea that changes the game

Would a monthly sum from the state to all the community's adults rekindle the sense of community between citizens?

Time, space and revolution

Serge Quadruppani: Le monde des Grands Projets et six alone. Voyage of the new religious revolutionaries

On the other side of the barricades, activists are building a society where they own their own time. 

Imaginary meetings

Jessica Sequeira: Other Paradises. Poetic Approaches to Thinking in a Technological Age

How are we going to evolve in the technology era? Author Jessica Sequeira believes that we have rich opportunities to develop living thinking in the face of technology.

Machine Man

The technological man was recently examined during a seminar organized by the Norwegian Critics' Association, as part of the literature festival at Lillehammer.

Life without a safety net

Heinz Bude: Society of fear

The anxiety has become a private matter and this is dangerous, writes author Heinz Bude in the Society of Fear – an essayistic gem of a sociology book.

Three political periods in Serbia

Mila Turajlic: The Other Side of Everything

This documentary is a story from "the other side", which is not so common in the dominant narrative of Serbia before, during and after the war.