This article is part of the Forum Network series on Digitalisation
“Learning how to navigate the web with discernment is the most pressing cultural mission of our age.”
So asserts Matthew D’Ancona, political columnist for the Guardian and the New York Times, in his timely and passionately argued new book, Post-Truth: The War on Truth and How to Fight Back.
D’Ancona writes that he sees his book as an exploration of “the declining value of truth as society’s reserve currency” and asks: “So what happens when lies not only proliferate but also seem to matter less – or even not at all?” We met with D’Ancona in June, when he spoke at the OECD Forum in Paris.
Read the whole interview in OECD’s Education & Skills Today blog.
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