Shows how the information revolution is a bigger, more dramatic, and very different change from what we had expected, and how netocracy is the unsurpassable how and when of this whole revolution.
The world will not live without logos, but neither will capitalism silently take over democracy. So, what comes next? After capitalism comes Netocracy. Those who can harness networks of information and master new forms of communication will control finance and legislation, forming the new business and government elites. They will inherit the power; they are the Netocrats.
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1. Technology: the motor of historical motion
2. Three Paradigms: feudalism - capitalism - informationalism
3. The Plurarchic Society: the end of the nation state and the crisis of democracy
4. In search of attention: information - propaganda - entertainment
5. The Netocrats and their worldview
6. Globalization: financial and cultural
7. The new biology and the ethics of the Netocracy
8. The death of man and the birth of the virtual subject
9. The network pyramids: the power hierachies of attentionalism
10. Sex and the new tribalism, virtual education and the inequality of the brains
11. Behind the firewalls: virtual revolutionaries and the civil wars of the Netocracy