Après qu’on me l’ait conseillé comme un vieux texte toujours
terriblement moderne, j’ai découvert “Du Contrat Social” de Jean-Jacques
Rousseau, au format manga (je ne me sentais pas du tout de lire l’original):

Ce manga explique les principes du Contrat Social de 1762 dans lequel Rousseau établit qu’une organisation sociale « juste » repose sur un pacte garantissant l’égalité et la liberté entre tous les citoyens.

https://www.amazon.fr/Contrat-Social-Variety-Artworks/dp/2302054199/


L’œuvre a constitué un tournant décisif pour la modernité et s’est imposée comme un des textes majeurs de la philosophie politique, en affirmant le principe de souveraineté du peuple appuyé sur les notions de liberté, d’égalité, et de volonté générale.

https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Du_Contrat_social

Ensuite, j’ai lancé cette conf de Viney Gupta en juin 2015 qui explique
le rôle de la technologie blockchain dans la résolution de problèmes qui
existent dans nos sociétés:

Once we accept that there are a whole bunch of critical problems in the world that the state is simply unable to solve, because it’s the wrong institutional vehicle, what you see is that we’re in fact not surrounded by encroaching powers that are telling us what to do; we’re surrounded by incompetent powers that are refusing to take effective action. Once it is framed that way, the notion that you could be building a political power base that was solving problems the state was unable to solve, while at the same time delivering real human benefit, to me begins to look like a much more rational way of discussing why it is that things like Bitcoin are important. Fundamentally, it’s not about competing with the state for the territory the state already has; it’s about going to the unsolved problems that face humanity and solving them independently of the state. Because if the state can’t get to this stuff, and has failed to get to this stuff in the period from say the end of the Second World War to now, if they’ve been ignoring a problem for that long or struggling with it and never actually delivering, I think we can reasonably assert that the state is not going to be able to solve that problem, which means that that territory is free for any enterprise that’s able to get there and take it. This is a pretty radical way of looking at these things, but let’s just play that out and see where it goes.

https://medium.com/humanizing-the-singularity/the-transparent-future-d05c19ceb039

Si vous avez le temps, je vous conseille la lecture+visionnage des 2 afin de comprendre pourquoi blockchain pourrait être une solution à un problème majeur qui dure depuis un moment.

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