Token Ethicists and Non-existent Moral Communities—L. M. Sacasas

There are few more pressing tasks for contemporary Christians than that of coming to grips with the technological world that is rapidly developing and shifting around us, and which is becoming our primary social environment.

To that end, I have found the work of Michael Sacasas peculiarly perceptive and helpful. I highly recommend that people follow his blog, The Frailest Thing.

In "Token Ethicists and Non-existent Moral Communities", Sacasas explores the difficulty of addressing technology appropriately, as we lack "a relevant moral community with either the prerequisite coherence or authority to effectively grapple with the problems we face."

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