Philosophy in a Technological World: Gods and Titans: by James Tartaglia, London, Bloomsbury, 2020, 209 pp., £59.50 ($106.00) (hardback), ISBN 978-1-3500-7010-3

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In Philosophy in a Technological World Tartaglia argues that humanity can decide its own future, or at least try to, but that this distinctive...

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