Harry J. Bentham
Harry J. Bentham is a futurist blogger based in Britain, and the author
L’Ordre column at
the world’s top faith website Beliefnet. Harry is the author of several
books including his first futurist book,
Catalyst: A Techno-Liberation
Thesis. He has been published at a wide
variety of online publications, including the website of the academic
for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (IEET).
Harry’s unusual works have placed emphasis on global economic disparities and the benefits of technology-driven social change, and are gaining overwhelming support from his readers. His writings have featured at the Dissident Voice newsletter, the transhumanist publication h+ Magazine, and a column with the major international news broadcaster Press TV. He has even made headlines with political comments and analysis.
In line with his student background in International Relations at Lancaster University and his charity work, Harry’s political commentaries have placed emphasis on global economic disparities and the benefits of technology-driven social change. While still studying at university in 2010 and 2011, Harry was influenced significantly by the theories of American Yale sociologist Immanuel Wallerstein and authored blogs and web videos to promote those theories. As a result of this, Immanuel Wallerstein’s sociology continues to be a key influence in all of his work.
Further essay collections include the anti-statist book Flagless: Accepting the End of Nations.
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