A damning indictment of contemporary life

I would like to rewrite a text I have seen initially at fstoppers.com.

In his book Civilization, Niall Ferguson wrote a damning indictment of contemporary life. It’s a paradox, he suggests, “that an economic system designed to offer infinite choice to the individual has ended up homogenising humanity.” Never before in human history have so many people worked so hard to establish themselves as top scientists through exactly the same means: using near-identical technology, writing the same grant applications and producing as many mediocre papers as possible.

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