Alexander Bard

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Alexander Bard is a philosopher, futurologist, author, artist, songwriter, music producer, and YouTuber based in Stockholm, Sweden.

About: Bard is a radical process philosopher, merging Hegel and Nietzsche with Whitehead and Deleuze, using human beings as the constant and technological disruption as the variable while working toward the deepest possible understanding of human history, contemporary society and the intensely technology-driven future that humanity is facing. He is the author of five books: The Netocrats, The Global Empire, The Body Machines, Syntheism: Creating God in the Internet Age and Digital Libido: Sex, Power and Violence in the Network Society, all with his co-writer Jan Söderqvist. Bard has also enjoyed a highly successful 25-year career as a producer and artist in the international music industry, and he is a celebrity in his native Sweden as the toughest judge on the TV shows Swedish Idol and Sweden's Got Talent. Bard studied Economic Geography at The Stockholm School of Economics in the 1980s while building a highly successful international career as a songwriter and record producer.

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