Michael Sacasas, Associate Director for Educational Programming at the Christian Study Center of Gainesville, joins me to talk about the philosophy of technology and some of the most influential thinkers and writers in this area from the past.
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Meet Michael Sacasas:
Michael Sacasas earned his MA in Theological Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary in 2002. He was later a doctoral candidate at the University of Central Florida studying the relationship between technology and society with a particular focus on the work of Hannah Arendt. Along the way he has taught in a variety of settings, served as a school administrator, and written extensively on technology and society. He is an Associate Fellow in Ethics and Culture at the Greystone Theological Institute and, for three years, directed Greystone’s Center for the Study of Ethics and Technology.
Connect with Michael:
- Newsletter: theconvivialsociety.substack.com
- Twitter: @LMSacasas
- Book: The Frailest Thing: Ten Years of Thinking About the Meaning of Technology
- The Analog City and the Digital City
- Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology – Neil Postman
- Tools for Conviviality – Ivan Illich
- Power Failure – Albert Borgmann
- The Abolition of Man – C.S. Lewis
WeeklyTech Podcast with Jason Thacker
Conversations on theology, ethics, and philosophy in a technological society