Technology & Politics

Technology & Politics

Critical examinations of the impact of technology and political thought for inquiring minds.

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Necessary Illusions

Noam Chomsky considers how a democratized media could give us more meaningful participation in social and political life.


With your face covered, sneaking into a city you thought you knew, are you still yourself? Or have you crossed to another world, where the streets are unpredictable and the people strangers, where you might at any moment run into some unknown dream version of yourself?

Red Diaper Baby

The memoir of growing up in a communist family at the height of the Cold War by the late esteemed historian, and political activist James Laxer.


Ronald J. Deibert exposes the disturbing influence and impact of the internet on politics, the economy, the environment, and humanity.

Securing Democracy

Greenwald documents the courageous fight for press freedom in Brazil, where authoritarianism and rampant corruption threaten the most fundamental principles of democracy.

Technology and Empire

Brilliant analysis of the implications of technology-driven globalization on everyday life from one of Canada's most influential philosophers.

Technology and Justice

Six magnificent and stimulating essays examining the role of technology in shaping how we live, by one of Canada's most influential philosophers.

The Age of Insecurity

These days, everyone feels insecure. We are financially stressed and emotionally overwhelmed. The status quo isn’t working for anyone, even those who appear to have it all. What is going on?

The Box

A stylistically dazzling dystopian novel about things, people, and the forces and seams between them.

The Ethical Imagination

Ethicist and McGill University professor Margaret Somerville discusses how we can find a shared ethics for an interdependent world.

The Future of Capitalism

The twenty-fifth semi-annual Munk Debate considers whether the capitalist system is broken.

The Global Refugee Crisis: How Should We Respond?

The eighteenth semi-annual Munk Debate discusses the West’s response to the global refugee crisis.