War in the Age of Intelligent Machines by Manuel DeLanda

War in the Age of Intelligent Machines

Manuel DeLanda

280 pages first pub 1991 (editions)

nonfiction philosophy politics challenging informative slow-paced
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In the aftermath of the methodical destruction of Iraq during the Persian Gulf War, the power and efficiency of new computerized weapons and surveillance technology have become chillingly apparent. For Manuel DeLanda, however, this new weaponry ha...

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