A ‘post-idea’ world? I don’t know what to make of that.

Read Neal Gabler’s essay in today’s New York Times before you jump on Facebook to tell friends what your cat had for dinner and how much you hate Mondays.

3 thoughts on “A ‘post-idea’ world? I don’t know what to make of that.

  1. It’s not so much that there is too much information it’s just that it’s the wrong kind of information. The main-stream-media sees to that. The MSM is owned by the corporatocracy and the elites feed the unwashed masses what, and only what, they want them to process. Nothing more……and so much less. One rule of thumb is that whatever the MSM tells you about this or about that is in reality the exact opposite. In otherwords consider that whatever anyone in a position of power (including the talking heads) says is a lie.

  2. Imhotep what you are saying is true. Information circulates globally. Anything can attain credibility this way. Once it is out there, even for a second, it has credibility. Truth is entirely a different animal. The Dominating Discourse decides what people hear and read, and always has. You could read my blog on blogspot called guerrillablog2 if you want some more ammunition. Grade A too. Michel Foucault

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