What’s Next for Surveillance Capitalism and Social Domains?

What’s Next for Surveillance Capitalism and Social Domains?

Based on his field work, the world-renown anthropologist Richard Shweder has discovered that societies are constructed from three ethics: autonomy, community , and divinity. Autonomy largely concerns our personal sphere: how we construct our individuality and manage our private thoughts and feelings. The communal sphere contains the social norms that keep our society running smoothly and uniformly (driving on the right side of the road, avoiding fashion faux-pas, etc.). The final sphere, the divinity sphere involves religious and moral beliefs and rituals.