Robopaths

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Penguin Books, 1972 - Psychology - 204 pages
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I read this book back in1974, for a class at college. At the time, I thought Yablonski was crazy. Give the course of history since that time, he looks like a prophet. The tells how the government is looking for obebient citizens to work in a military capable of eliminating anyone on the globe, a capability that they now have. It is very interesting reading for thus educated reader. 

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This book depressed the hell out of me and put me in a rather funky mood in its first half. It caused a great deal of personal reflection. I am, after all, a second generation military brat raised in ... Read full review

Contents

Robopaths
13
The Emergence of Robopathology
33
Selected Observations on Technocracy
57
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