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Knowledge and information: The Potential and Peril of Human IntelligenceAutor: Martin Ingvar, Maria Borelius, Richard Miles, Nathan Shachar, Iain Martin, Mariano Sigman, David Goodhart, Peter Frankopan, Erica Benner, Nicholas Carr, Burke Peter, Elisabeth Kendall, Adrian Wooldridge, Janne Haaland Matláry, Jessica Frazier, Andrew Keen, Fraser Nelson, Christopher Coker, Mattias Hessérus, Mark Pagel, Mark Plotkin, Claire Lehmann, Simon Mayall, Brendan O’Neill, M. Antoni J. Ucerler, Suzana Herculano-Houzel, Michael Goodman, Gill Bennett, John Hemming Czyta: Leighton Pugh Audiobook
We have come a long way from the religions, myths and foundation stories that created the bedrock of man s early understanding of the world and everything in it, and our stock of knowledge has increased exponentially in recent times. In this volume leading scholars in the arts and sciences discuss how knowledge and information have been preserved and transferred throughout history, bringing us up to today s digital age and the multiple challenges it presents, not least with regard to our personal data.