David Porush

Vonnegut's earliest novels hint strongly at his familiarity with Wiener's work, The Human Use of Human Beings, especially his first novel, Player Piano (1952), which shows his concern for the social implications of automation, the replacement of human beings with machines. /strongly/ David Porush quotes

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Author Unknown I do not get enough sleep ... Either the nights are short, or I sleep so fast ... [02/25/2019 09:02:04] More


Anatoly Yurkin Hybrid war is an evil, pointing to the intelligence services, in vain denying their involvement in hybrid wars. [02/25/2019 06:02:23] More


Anatoly Yurkin Dogmatism is the infallibility of cynics. [03/13/2019 01:03:59] More


Anatoly Yurkin The confusion of theories begins with an effort not to make mistakes. [03/02/2019 12:03:57] More


Anatoly Yurkin A man has the right to self-confidence until the first mistake of his beloved woman. [02/27/2019 12:02:46] More