“In 1828 … [t]he Faust legend obsessed artists and writers; in dozens of works they told the story of the modern predicament: in gaining the power of industry, the world was sacrificing it’s soul. It was not the new machines themselves they feared – there were not yet many – it was machine thinking.”
- Jonathan Hale, The Old Way of Seeing
Where philosophy meets machines, art, architecture and design giving examples of how the machines you have change who you are and how you think. Writing from San Francisco. Submissions and suggestions encouraged.
Email – william (at) machinethinking (dot) org