From the crooked desk of
Thomas Jefferson Snodgrass
The theme is technology and moral sentiments in the age of unreason. Let us start there.
Somewhere along the way, we entered a forest dark, and came to a place where the folks who make and influence decisions—politicians, executives, journalists, deans, bureaucrats—had shrugged off any responsibility to understand the basic levers of human flourishing.
Absent some reunion with that understanding, we risk a kind of misery without design.
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Thomas Jefferson Snodgrass is an engineer and author. He has worked in tech, government, and academia. The name is a pseudonym.
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