Has anyone written a critique of anarcho-primitivism (anprim)?
To me, primitivism/ecofascism aren't ideal, the thing that is most ideal from the conversation is a critique of civilization. When people look at digital pictures of nature regularly too much to the exclusion of going outside and actually physically experiencing nature, that's when there's a problem, and when other such unnatural problems are created by technology.
But I think there is something to be said about the inherent threat that technology poses to freedom and social values, like for instance something like online dating - it created something that women could not handle, which was their hypergamy taking control of them, and making dating and relationships harder for the "lower" 80% of guys. So something like that erodes natural dating patterns that existed in the past of actually going out and meeting people, and of therefore having a more limited set of expectations, which led to rational relationships. Such apps also increase hypergamy and decrease social values of eschewing fornication, adultery, and other such evils. But, the technologies also open up vital freedoms to connect with people of a like mind (in theory anyway) - although such dating apps today may suppress or oppress viewpoints outside the status quo and therefore make it more difficult for such people to connect together.
Technology breaks some things while offering the potential for more freedom, and we can debate on how much of the time it actually delivers on its promise versus taking away previous freedoms and states of society that existed.