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This section of the site will pool information and analysis on corporate technology in general as well as different ‘technofixes’: from nuclear power to synthetic biology; from genetic engineering to mass surveillance; from electronics to reproductive technologies; from weaponry to chemical agriculture; from mass data collection to assembly line machines; from transport systems to the internet; from mobile phone technology to factory farming. from ID cards to bioenergy; from social networking technologies to robotics.
Castoriadis, C. (1991) Philosophy, Politics, Autonomy
Cooper, M. (2008) Life as Surplus: Biotechnology and Capitalism in the Neoliberal Era.
"Technology is never purely technological: it is also social. The social is never purely social: it is also technological. This is something easy to say but difficult to work with." - Bijker and Law