The philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, who died in 1855, speculated about the impact of radio and television long before they (not to mention the personal computer, internet, and smartphones) were invented: "Suppose someone invented an instrument, a convenient little talking tube which, say, could be heard over the whole land. ... I wonder if the police would not forbid it, fearing that the whole country would become mentally deranged if it were used."
From Handbook to Wisdom, Ken Boa
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