Digital Stockholm Syndrome in the Post-Ontological Age


Can you truly understand the delicate relationship between humans and algorithms in the digital age? Aren’t human beings captivated by the systems they have created? ‘Digital Stockholm Syndrome in the Post-Ontological Age‘ by Mark Jarzombek will help readers understand these thought-provoking questions with his new book.

Author Mark Jarzombek presents a compelling argument that our world has undergone a profound redesign, seamlessly blending the algorithmic and the ontological. In his book, he contends that the conversation around ontology, traditionally concerned with the nature of being, must undergo a radical transformation to address the new realities of our digitally infused existence. Jarzombek believes we should no longer rely on the traditional notions of ontology and dualism to understand life.

This book will introduce the readers to the concept of ‘Digital Stockholm Syndrome‘ – a phenomenon where we become complicit, even enamored, with the algorithms that shape our lives. ‘Digital Stockholm Syndrome in the Post-Ontological Age’ by Mark Jarzombek is a groundbreaking exploration of the human-algorithm relationship that compels us to question our existence.

Jarzombek believes that language and its dualisms can no longer serve as an escape from our darker selves in the realm of digital ontology. Mark Jarzombek is a Professor of history and theory of architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he has been teaching since 1995. Throughout his career, Jarzombek has published numerous books covering a broad spectrum of subjects, delving into digital philosophy and beyond.

Prepare to embark on a captivating intellectual journey that will challenge your preconceptions, expand your horizons, and redefine how we perceive our place in the digital universe. ‘Digital Stockholm Syndrome in the Post-Ontological Age’ is a must-read for everyone. It is available on the website and on Amazon. Get your copy before it gets out of stock!


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