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In the Google Age, Concepts are Vital

Posted by Bob on July 21st, 2011 under Coaching Session

There was a time when a RICH College at Oxford would have as many as FORTY books, each of them chained to the wall, with a full time Librarian to watch over them.

I call this the Chained Book Age.

I cannot see how anyone can really understand intellectual history without being acutely aware of this CONCEPT.

It is hard for us to believe that a man proved he was educated back then by insisting that men had more teeth than women. But one can see that an educated man was who the Librarian allowed to read a chained book, and who had mastered both writing and Latin, or even better, Greek.

A Book in the Chained Book Age was unique.

THE Book was denied to the people.

The Church said that allowing access to the Book would lead to disaster, precisely because Books were the Only True Authority.

And the Church was dead right in its prediction.

When the Bible got printed, millions died.

Now the Bible is out, and it has been and will be the best selling book every year in the foreseeable future.

The Genie simply will not go back into the bottle.

The Chained Book Age is over.

Boy, is it ever over!

From the Age of Chained Books to the Age of Google.

That is more than just a fact, that is a concept.

From the Age of Chained Books to the Age of Public Libraries — another innovation of Ben Franklin –was a hell of a leap.

Now even the public libraries are becoming quaint.

Our society has gone from the time when the Book’s version of facts was absolutely holy and restricted, so much that a person who could quote a Book represented True Wisdom to the time when you just Google it.

Knowledge has now gone ballistic.

But what about CONCEPTS, the framework within which thinking in the Google Age should take place?

Now you are not a hero because you can recite facts.

In the Google Age, facts are wholesale.

In the Google Age, concepts are the rare item.

  1. #1 by Simmons on 07/21/2011 - 10:30 am

    Tonite’s V-dare article is by Gottfried about the jewish censorship dictatorship cult.

    Jews meet Google. Of course internet censorship will be next.

    Jews meet Mantra.

    • #2 by OldBlighty on 07/21/2011 - 4:05 pm

      Struggled reading it, as most is typical of the Jewish History Studies, found every pro white mag. Yawn…

      However, this gem stood out:

      “Jewish malice and gentile masochism are well suited to each other.”

      Bob? Is that you? 😉

  2. #3 by Dave on 07/21/2011 - 11:32 am

    In the Internet Age, no one needs to suffer the opportunity cost of Mommy Professor.

    Hell – no one even needs to shell out money for a book!

    If you have access to the Internet, it amazes me why an intelligent kid would bother with high school in this day and age. It is such a waste of time. And in America, all you have to do is take tests to get credentials.

    Even after 20 years of the Internet, most of the population still doesn’t get it. It is no different than the past. In 1940 half of the farms in America still had old Betsy tethered to the plow, even though tractors had been readily available for 25 years!

    The biggest victims of backward thinking are the millennial generation. They are supposed to be the most computer savvy, so why in the hell are they attending college? Why are they bothering with high school?

    I don’t get it. But I do get this. All the doom and gloom about the economy is entirely wrong. The Internet means a lot more economically than everybody thinks it means. Everybody is doom and gloom about the economy, when they should be doom and gloom about the prospects for political peace between the races.

  3. #4 by Genseric on 07/21/2011 - 8:45 pm

    Now you are not a hero because you can recite facts.

    In the Google Age, facts are wholesale.

    In the Google Age, concepts are the rare item.

    I can think of a certain pro-white forum where membership and senseless bickering disguised as Activity is king. Unfortunately, it is a HUGE digital place where the denizens dedicate their entire online being to the recitation of Facts.

    Boy, if they could all just grasp ONE simple concept.

    We’d have an army.

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