Planet Management: Limits to Growth, Computer Simulation, and the Emergence of Global Spaces
This text features a study of the history of globality, the emergence of a complex organization of politics, economics, and culture at a planetary level. Using historical research and science studies, it tells the story of the role of technoscientific discourses in the emergence of globality.
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