From Artifact to Habitat: Studies in the Critical Engagement of Technology
Gayle L. Ormiston
Lehigh University Press, 1990 - 221 pages
Bringing together philosophy, literary criticism and textual theory, social and political theory, and the philosophy of language and cognitive science, this collection intends to establish an interpretive framework for exploring the ubiquity nd mediacy of technology.
Technological Consciousness and the Modern Understanding of the Good Life
The Sacrilization of the Familiar
Technology and the Creation of Concepts
The Autonomy of Technology
Evidence of Responsibility?
action activity analysis Andre Gorz argues Aristotle articulated artifacts artificial intelligence artificial system arts attempt autonomous Bacon becomes being-with being-with technology bureaucracy CARL MITCHAM cognitive concept of technology consciousness context critical Critique culture discourse Edgar Allan Poe effect essay example Existential experience expert systems Francis Bacon function Galileo Giambattista Vico habitat Heidegger human Ibid ideas ideology imagination individual Industrial issue Jacques Ellul Jean-Paul Sartre knowledge labor labor-saving device logic machines Martin Heidegger Marxism means mediacy modern moral mystery natural language natural language processing nology objects perception philosophy Plato Poe's political possible practical praxis principles problem production question reality reason relation representation response result rules Sartre Sartre's Schank science fiction scientific sense social society Socrates specific structure sublime tech techné technical techniques telescope things thought tion traditional trans translation understanding University Press Vico workers writes York