Author: Lewis Mumford Publisher: ISBN: Size: 58.42 MB Format: PDF, Docs View: 6965 DownloadRead Online
Examines contemporary man's preoccupation with technology, appraising mass production and automation and their by-products including pollution, mass destruction, and waste.
Author: Lewis Mumford Publisher: Harcourt ISBN: Size: 62.98 MB Format: PDF View: 7485 DownloadRead Online
Examines contemporary man's preoccupation with technology appraising mass production and automation and their by-products pollution, mass destruction, and waste
Author: Lewis Mumford Publisher: Columbia University Press ISBN: 9780231121057 Size: 49.91 MB Format: PDF, ePub View: 6472 DownloadRead Online
Featuring a new introduction by Casey Nelson Blake, this classic text provides the essence of Mumford's views on the distinct yet interpenetrating roles of technology and the arts in modern culture.
Author: Michael Zuckerman Publisher: Univ of California Press ISBN: 9780520909281 Size: 13.29 MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: 5323 DownloadRead Online
From the first pages of Technics and Human Development to the final pages of
The Pentagon of Power, his account frames and informs The Myth of the Machine
. It begins from an arresting assertion of "man's overdeveloped and incessantly ...
Author: Mark Cowling Publisher: Taylor & Francis ISBN: 1351910345 Size: 14.50 MB Format: PDF View: 4023 DownloadRead Online
Miller, Donald L. (1990), 'The Myth of the Machine: I. Technics and Human Development', in Thomas P. Hughes and Agatha C. Hughes (eds.), Lewis
Mumford: Public Intellectual, Oxford University Press, Oxford. Mumford, L. (1934),