Join Dr John Lenarcic (School of Business IT and Logistics) and Associate Professor Mike Rafferty (RMIT School of Management) for the final Designa Monologues of the year.
American media theorist Clay Shirky once wrote, “Communications tools don't get socially interesting until they get technologically boring.”
Given the current hysteria over Bitcoin and the ongoing hype surrounding Blockchain, it is fascinating that many scholars are already starting to probe the philosophical implications of the latter even before it becomes just another mundane technology.
For the final Designa Monologues this year, join A/Prof. Mike Rafferty (RMIT School of Management) in conversation with Dr John Lenarcic (RMIT School of Business IT and Logistics) in a sequel of sorts to their September gig as they review the special October 2017 issue of Metaphilosophy dealing with Blockchain theory.
For those with time on their hands, here’s the reading list for this month’s discussion.