PODCAST opponents.Peggy Sastre and Laetitia Strauch-Bonart discussed the advantages of shadows and then accepted Computer scientist Frédéric Prost.
«TIt starts with a sense of oppression. If I write this book, it is not to satisfy theoretical interest, but because I feel there is an urgent need for it. This evidence must be pointed out: in public debates, such as discussions between friends, everyone is now called to join the camp. The argument is increasingly appearing on the Maniche River, ideological polarization The possibility of this nuance is immediately eliminated. We think they are absolutely right people feel suffocated, Albert Camus once said that many of us today feel the same thing, the air is so hard to breathe. “
It is opened like this Brave the nuances, The author of the book, Jean Birnbaum (Jean Birnbaum) Book world, Recently released by Editions du Seuil.From the Intellectual Portrait Gallery published in world In the summer of 2020, this article in turn opened the discussion of Les Contrariantes in their thirteenth work, which brought luck.
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Since Birnbaum regrets the “polarization” of the debate and the current need to “choose both sides”, the trend inspired by social networks, Birnbaum appreciates this nuance, which he considers radical Doctrine includes ” [s]Hold the rope tightly and don’t join the camp: […] Breaking down some self-evident words, sometimes separating things to spark debate, but not covering up such and such aspects in reality, such contradictions.” If they share the author’s oppressive feeling, Laetitia Strauch-Bonart and Peggy Sastre Will involuntarily find that her definition of the shadow is a bit vague and opposes the undeniably unachievable definition. Can we be qualified for Islam? The death penalty? “Identity politics”? The conflict between science and religion? Has Goat Half Cabbage plummeted to a simple solution? With the nuances under the guise of tolerance, doesn’t it have all the content of the dart strategy? Is the social network wearing a hat really the first person to be blamed?
In the second part, Laetitia Strauch-Bonart and Peggy Sastre accepted Frédéric Prost, a lecturer in computer science at the University of Grenoble-Alpes, especially experts in programming languages, confidentiality and artificial intelligence theory. They talked to him about the freedom of speech in the era of addition, and were pleased with his annoying eyes on the subject, which is currently so broad.