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Our silicon age, which sees no glory in maintenance, but only in transformation and disruption, makes it extremely difficult for us to imagine how, in past eras, those who would change the world were viewed with suspicion and dread. […]Referring to […]the first half of the twentieth century, “with its political catastrophes, its moral disasters, and its astonishing development of the arts and sciences,” Hannah Arendt summarized the human cost of endless disruption: The world becomes inhuman, inhospitable to human needs[…]when it is violently wrenched into a movement in which there is no longer any sort of permanence.