The author explores the work of major thinkers and cultural movements that have grappled with the complex relationship between technology, politics and culture. Subjects such as the Internet, cloning, warfare, fascism and Virtual Reality are placed within a broad theoretical context which explores how humanity might, through technology, establish a more ethical relationship with the world. Examining the philosophy of writers such as Heidegger, Benjamin, Lyotard, Virilio, and Zizek, and cultural movements such as Italian Futurism, this book marks a timely intervention in critical theory debates. the broad scope of the book will be of vital interest to those in the fields of philosophy, critical theory, cultural studies, politics and communications.Cooper, Simon is the author of 'Technoculture and Critical Theory In the Service of the Machine?', published 2002 under ISBN 9780415261609 and ISBN 0415261600.