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The Common Gaze: Surveillance and the Common Good

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This book will break new ground by thinking through the ways in which our practice of the Common Good is now interwoven with, perhaps we might want to say, infiltrated by, and distorted by, everyday surveillance. To put this another way, how is the negotiated ambition of everyone’s flourishing being shaped by a culture of collecting and analyzing vast volumes of personal data?
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Original languageEnglish
PublisherSCM Press
StateIn preparation - 2019

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  • surveillance, politics, theology, Common Good

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