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Technics and Civilization

Technics and Civilization - Lewis Mumford - Régikönyvek
Technics and Civilization - Régikönyvek Technics and Civilization - Régikönyvek Technics and Civilization - Régikönyvek Technics and Civilization - Régikönyvek Technics and Civilization - Régikönyvek
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Kiadó:
A Harbinger Book
Kiadás éve:
1963
ISBN:
015688254X
Kötés típusa:
ragasztott papír
Terjedelem:
495
Nyelv:
angol
Méret:
Szélesség: 13.00cm, Magasság: 20.00cm
Kategória:
OBJECTIVES 3

CHAPTER I. CULTURAL PREPARATION 9
1: Machines, Utilities, and "The Machine" 9
2: The Monastery and the Clock 12
3: Space, Distance, Movement 18
4: The Influence of Capitalism 23
5: From Fable to Fact 28
6: The Obstacle of Animism 31
7: The Road Through Magic 36
8: Social Regimentation 41
9: The Mechanical Universe 45
10: The Duty to Invent 52
11: Practical Anticipations 55
CHAPTER II. AGENTS OF MECHANIZATION 60
1: The Profile of Technics 60
2: De Re Metallica 65
3: Mining and Modern Capitalism 74
4: The Primitive Engineer 77
5: From Game-Hunt to Man-Hunt 81
6: Warfare and Invention 85
7: Military Mass-Production 89
8: Drill and Deterioration 94
9: Mars and Venus 96
10: Consumptive Pull and Productive Drive 102


CHAPTER III. THE EOTECHNIC PHASE 107
1: T-echnical Syncretism 107
2: The Technological Complex 109
3: New Sources of Power 112
4: Trunk, Plank, and Spar 119
5: Through a Glass, Brightly 124
6: Glass and the Ego 128
7: The Primary Inventions 131
8: Weakness and Strength 142
CHAPTER IV. THE PALEOTECHNIC PHASE 151
1: England's Belated Leadership 151
2: The New Barbarism 153
3: Carboniferous Capitalism 156
4: The Steam Engine 158
5: Blood and Iron 163
6: The Destruction of Environment 167
7: The Degradation of the Worker 172
8: The Starvation of Life 178
9: The Doctrine of Progress 182
10: The Struggle for Existence 185
11: Class and Nation 187
12: The Empire of Muddle 191
13: Power and Time 196
14: The Esthetic Compensation 199
15: Mechanical Triumphs 205
16: The Paleotechnic Passage 210
CHAPTER V. THE NEOTECHNIC PHASE 212
1: The Beginnings of Neotechnics 212
2: The Importance of Science 215
3: New Sources of Energy 221
4: The Displacement of the Proletariat 224
5: Neotechnic Materials 229


CONTENTS
6: Power and Mobility 235
7: The Paradox of Communication 239
8: The New Permanent Record 242
9: Light and Life 245
10: The Influence of Biology 250
11: From Destruction to Conservation 255
12: The Planning of Population 260
13: The Present Pseudomorph 263
CHAPTER VI. COMPENSATIONS AND REVERSIONS 268
1: Summary of Social Reactions 268
2: The Mechanical Routine 269
3: Purposeless Materialism: Superfluous Power 273
4: Co-operation versus Slavery 278
5: Direct Attack on the Machine 284
6: Romantic and Utilitarian 285
7: The Cult of the Past 288
8: The Return to Nature 295
9: Organic and Mechanical Polarities 299
10: Sport and the "Bitch-goddess" 303
11: The Cult of Death 307
12: The Minor Shock-Absorbers 311
13: Resistance and Adjustment 316
CHAPTER VII. ASSIMILATION OF THE MACHINE 321
1: New Cultural Values 321
2: The Neutrality of Order 326
3: The Esthetic Experience of the Machine 333
4: Photography as Means and Symbol 337
5: The Growth of Functionalism 344
6: The Simplification of the Environment 357
7: The Objective Personality 359
CHAPTER VIII. ORIENTATION 364
1: The Dissolution of "The Machine" 364
2: Toward an Organic Ideology 368


CONTENTS
3: The Elements of Social Energetics 373
4: Increase Conversion! 380
5: Economize Production! 383
6: Normalize Consumption! 390
7: Basic Comrnunism 400
8: Socialize Creation! 406
9: Work for Automaton and Amateur 410
10: Political Control 417
11: The Diminution of the Machine 423
12: Toward a Dynamic Equilibrium 429
13: Summary and Prospect 433
INVENTIONS 437
BIBLIOGRAPHY 447
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 475
INDEX 477


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