Dot, thank you for agreeing with me about that.
Rebuttal to A...
It's understood that technology can provide a sort of left-brained education, but bear in mind that this sort of technology is what allow us to have this riveting discussion. Without technology, and perhaps with the use of pidgins to transmit information, it is much more difficult to educate one's self. If you want to learn about any subject, and it's only available on a hard book, maybe someone else has it out from the library, maybe there are no other copies in town and you have to send for one, wait for your request to the publisher to arrive, and then for the book to arrive, it could take weeks. Now, If I wanted to, I could go to anarchopedia.org and or wikipedia and in seconds be opened to a vast wealth of knowledge equal to numerous libraries. How ever you also make a good point. I do so miss my childhood memories of visits to the public library, the adventure of going through shelves and physically experiencing literature. On the other hand,with technology, having calculators, spell checkers and cache so you don't have to remember URL's it's all a great disservice to learning. If you Can depend on technology to know this shit, what's the use of learning it. So,there has to be a middle way if you will.
Rebuttal to C...
Manual labor is certainly less annoying when not being exploited by "mass-producers" It is still unnecessary if a more sustainable technology could replace the need. There are better things humanity could focus on, to get back to learning, as long as the human mind is occupied with toils, then learning and development become less and less of a priority.
Rebuttal to B...
The climate is most certainly chaining, but you can't listen elitists like Al Gore, and take what they say seriously. Al Gore is above all things an extremely hierarchal former vice president and a very poor choice for an anarchist to take as a teacher. Let's say that I'm most certainly opposed to the idea of anthro-sensitive climate change. Or at least within the official concept that your cars are causing all of this trouble. I look up and see the chem trails and wonder if the problem is in fact with human intervention, who among us are the ones intervening. Maybe I wasn't quite criticizing global warming, not sure yet where to stand there, Please enlighten me, beyond saying that anyone who disagrees is crazy? But, I was criticizing those who say to do without and won't do without themselves.
Do you have any comments on when I said that science is that which brings us wonderful things and corporations find ways to exploit them?
Hope to read your D point.
Thanks, I always appreciate constructive criticism. Oh, did you take down, my essay? I understand if you did.