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33 See the new book series Reality and Hermeneutics (Gabriel et al. 2022). A paradigmatic work in this style is Jessica Riskin’s
The Restless Clock, which shows with great historical detail how the digital transformation rests on a theological prehistory of voiding the
machine world and then the microbiological level from the idea of meaningful agency (Riskin 2016, see also Cobb 2020). This
has in turn produced conditions of a machine age where human decision-making is obscured by complex automated processes to
such an extent that specialists from the technological field are asking for a recoupling of economics, machine learning, and
the humanities in order to create anthropogenic digital systems that promote our wellbeing, see Russell (2019).
37 See Shafer-Landau (2003), Railton (2003) Gabriel (2020a), and Scanlon (2014). The PhilPapers surveys consistently show that
most professional philosophers (most recent survey: 56.4 % versus 27.7 % who endorse the opposite sort of view, moral anti-realism)
accept or lean towards moral realism. https://philpapers.org/surveys/results.pl. Of course, this does not prove that they are right. However, we should neglect the fact that the discipline of metaethics
is certainly not predominantly anti-realist, let alone relativist, nihilist, or sceptical about objective moral value, as
many people outside of the field might expect.