As a writer and philosopher, Éric Sadin is one of today’s leading thinkers on the subject of the digital world. He gives talks at conferences all over the globe and his books have been translated into several languages.
In October 2020, he published The Era of the Tyrant Individual: The End of a Common World1 (published by Grasset in France), which has been warmly received by both critics and the general public.
He is a regular contributor to various major European newspapers, including Le Monde, Libération, El Pais and Die Zeit.
He is also the author of several books, including: Algorithmic Life – Critique of Digital Reason (L’échappée, France, 2015); Silicolonization of the World – The Irresistible Expansion of Digital Liberalism (L’échappée, France, 2016); and Artificial Intelligence or the Challenge of the Century: Anatomy of a Radical Antihumanism (L’échappée, France, 2018).
1Translator’s note: titles in English are provided for information purposes. The books mentioned may not have been translated into English, or may have been translated with different titles.