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Pundit Letters (Identity Disclosed)

2017

Bob Sanderson
Jonathan's Sprouts
Marion, MA

TAGS: Sanderson, Jonathan's Sprouts, global warming, civilization, creative destruction, unemployment, alienation, automation, affluence, Joseph Schumpeter, Perishable Pundit, Jim Prevor

Pundit’s Mailbag — Unemployment, Automation, Modern Technology and Envy Will ‘Our’ Civilization Crumble? Is A Moral Renaissance Possible? our piece, Pundit’s Mailbag – Thoughts On Global Warming and Wealth, brought this response from frequent contributor Bob Sanderson of Jonathan's Sprouts. We appreciate Bob’s engagement on this important topic, and he makes four points: 1) It is easy to lament civilization’s collapse, but harder to define that civilization. 2) That unemployment is a key factor is civilizations’ destabilization. 3) That automation is a key factor causing unemployment. 4) That modern technology arouses hopelessness and frustration among people, making their situation worse than it might have been in previous times. 5/11/2017

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