Oversocialisation, we certainly know now where this can lead..
Theodore Kaczynski, AKA the Unabomber, who manifesto in defense of his violent militancy has had a certain influence
Lately I have been reading Theodore Kaczynski’s Industrial Society and its Future. This work is better known as the Unabomber Manifesto, and Theodore Kaczynski is (or was) the unabomber. While I do not share Kaczynski’s commitment to militancy, or even the conclusions of his manifesto, the concerns that prompted his manifesto overlap in significant ways with the concerns that I have been writing about in this forum for the past couple of years.
Kaczynski was apparently a true believer in what I have called revolutionary violence, which is to be understood as a special case of violence and not merely as violence simpliciter. Presumably Kaczynski hoped or believed that by targeted killings of individuals who represented advanced industrialized society, that his actions could be the trigger…
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