Tag: cancel culture

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20 February 2022
New York Times proposal: get rid of JK Rowling
A violent subscription campaign in the US newspaper invites people to imagine Harry Potter without its creator: the ultimate in cancel culture. A misogynistic and aggressive gesture that could inspire real ones. But the initiative turns out to be a boomerang and many female subscribers threaten to cancel.
According to the New York Times, JK Rowling has to go. A violent campaign on electronic billboards invites readers to "imagine Harry Potter without its creator": cancel culture at its maximum power, the non plus ultra of wokeness. Not being able to do away with the creature that has taken on a life of its own (the books of the Harry Potter saga are among the best-sellers in the world) one "kills" the creator. Words are stones, and from the symbolic to the reality the step [...]
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2 May 2021
Professors in revolt against the transcult
For years, free thought has been under attack in academies all over the western world, including Italy, with particular regard to the discussion of sex and gender issues. The spread of cancel culture, tribalistic-identitarian posturing, safe spaces and the obsession with "political correctness" are strangling freedom of expression and research almost everywhere, contributing significantly to building a society terrorised and dumbed down by censorship and self-censorship. That teachers are being silenced, threatened [...]
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25 February 2021
Phygital: when the boundaries between real life and online life fall away
In the beginning was Second Life! Second Life is an online digital virtual world that saw the light of day in 2003. Anyone can enter the game by assuming an avatar (a likeness/character), move, relate, act using that avatar, and create the content of the entire virtual world through interactions. One can get lost in this virtual reality of 'total immersion' and 'parallel reality'. It is difficult to say whether 'Second Life' generated the phenomenon, predicted it, foretold it or inspired it. The fact is that [...]
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