Technology in the late twentieth century: humanism versus technocracy, a philosophical inquiry

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Title: Technology in the late twentieth century: humanism versus technocracy, a philosophical inquiry
Author: Handler, Peter Moss
Abstract: As an artist in metal living and working in the last part of the twentieth century, I feel it to be important that my work relate to this specific period of time. That is, to look where we are going becomes more important than where we have been. The most powerful single influence on where we are going, in my judgment, is technology. The images of technology, not the things of it, become my starting place. My intent, however, is not merely to celebrate technology. That is an uncritical attitude.
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/10301
Date: 1983-06-15

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