Drones have become such a part of modern life, it's easy to forget what they were actually made to do - be used in warfare as a robotic way to kill the opposition with minimum risk to the person operating it. Philosopher Gregoire Chamayou takes a cultural, moral and legal assessment of the use of drones in war and provokes discussion of the morality of their deployment and his opposition to it. Drone Theory also focusses on the human aspects of robot warfare by looking at the human impact on both sides and its social impact should it continue.
Paperback Book, 304 pages.
This book provides further reading to the exhibition of Omer Fast, Present Continuous, showing at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art from 18th March - 26th June 2016.
|Free UK Delivery on All Orders over £40 (or under £5).|
|Rest of World||£40.00||£100.00||£100.00|
We’re not just an online shop.
Visit us at BALTIC Centre for
Contemporary Art, South Shore
Road, Gateshead NE8 3BA
All sales support BALTIC’s charitable aims
of bringing great art to everyone.
Tel: +44 (0)191 440 4947
Email: shop@balticmill com
You can stalk us at:
Like to feel popular? We’ll send you some emails that you can read, shake your head and exclaim “Excuse me I’ve got to make a phone call”