#51: “Industrial Society and its Future” by Ted Kaczynski, an Analysis and Summary (Part 2)

Summary

For every solution, there is but another problem.

Ted Kaczynski was a philosopher, psychologist, mathematician, and unfortunately, domestic terrorist of the late 1900’s, who destroyed the lives of multiple people in an attempt to start a revolution against techno-industrial society. His essay, “Industrial Society and its Future”, though quite radical, contains amazing insights as to why our society is so broken, why mental health disorders are the norm, and why technological progress will continuously strip away our freedoms as individuals so long as it exists. Though I do not advocate for violence, I do advocate for the understanding of problems and the ability to open one’s mind to their potential causes and solutions. With that said, I hope–for a moment–you can open your mind and consider Crazy Uncle Ted’s description of industrial society and its future! Enjoy!

DISCLAIMER: I do not promote the use of violence, nor justify Ted’s violent acts in any way, shape, or form. Additionally, I do not believe, what so ever that leftism is wrong, but rather seek to give people a better understanding of some reasons why leftism, in its extreme form, can lead to grave consequences for humanity–at least in Ted’s view.

Outro provided by Brock Tanya.

Information on Ted’s life: https://www.fbi.gov/history/famous-cases/unabomber

“Industrial Society and its Future” by Ted Kaczynski

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