Reducing Information Pollution

The Crisis of Attention

Source: Spiked Review
Author: Frank Furedi
Excerpt: Since the 18th century, the human capacity for attention has been a source of public concern. Time and again, moralists have warned of the risk of becoming distracted and forgetting to pay attention to what really matters. In the 18th and 19th centuries, inattention was frequently condemned as a sign of moral failure.
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