Technological Slavery by Theodore J. Kaczynski

Technological Slavery

By Theodore J. Kaczynski

  • Release Date: 2010-06-01
  • Category: True Crime

Brief Description

“Like many of my colleagues, I felt that I could easily have been the Unabomber's next target. He is clearly a Luddite, but simply saying this does not dismiss his argument. . . . As difficult as it is for me to acknowledge, I saw some merit in the reasoning in [Kaczynski’s writing]. I started showing friends the Kaczynski quote from Ray Kurzweil’s The Age of Spiritual Machines; I would hand them Kurzweil's book, let them read the quote, and then watch their reaction as they discovered who had written it.” — Bill Joy, founder of Sun Microsystems, in “Why the Future Doesn’t Need Us,” Wired magazine

Theodore J. Kaczynski has been convicted for illegally transporting, mailing, and using bombs, resulting in the deaths of three people. He is now serving a life sentence in the supermax prison in Florence, Colorado.

The ideas and views expressed by Kaczynski before and after his capture raise crucial issues concerning the evolution and future of our society. For the first time, the reader will have access to an uncensored personal account of his anti-technology philosophy, which goes far beyond Unabomber pop culture mythology.

Feral House does not support or justify Kaczynski's crimes, nor does the author receive royalties or compensation for this book. It is this publisher’s mission, as well as a foundation of the First Amendment, to allow the reader the ability to discern the value of any document.

David Skrbina, who wrote the introduction, teaches philosophy at the University of Michigan, Dearborn.

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Customer reviews

  • Horrible book from an evil human being

    By Binnewater
    UNABOM's foray into publishing post-capture and incarceration in a Supermax prison seemed curious to me, but I learned later this book was nothing more than a hateful rant from a sociopathic lunatic. Theodore Kaczynski's collected writings, along with an abridged version of his manifesto "Industrial Society And Its Future" attempt to come off as an enlightenment on the reader on his motives, along with his view that he was saving society (somehow). Due to the fact that he is definitely no people person (showing much contempt for his fellow man instead), his moral inability to accept the fact that he mailed bombs to people he never actually met, killing or maiming them permanently in the process, yet he feels he was the one who is being wronged comes off as the rant of a deranged sociopath who locked himself up from society for so long, he actually believed every single lie he told himself about why no one understands him. I expected a moment of clarity of why he felt his actions were necessary, and instead received hate-filled rants from a right-wing survivalist head case with a degree from Harvard. Theodore is where he belongs. With any luck, he will NEVER see the outside of a prison for the rest of his natural life. This book is about as angry as Mein Kampf, and just as offensive. Skip this one.