{download ePUB} Hubris and Hybrids: A Cultural History of Technology and ScienceAuthor Mikael Hard – 91videos.co

Human Societies Have Not Always Taken On New Technology In Appropriate Ways Innovations Are Double Edged Swords That Transform Relationships Among People, As Well As Between Human Societies And The Natural World Only Through Successful Cultural Appropriation Can We Manage To Control The Hubris That Is Fundamental To The Innovative, Enterprising Human Spirit And Only By Becoming Hybrids, Combining The Human And The Technological, Will We Be Able To Make Effective Use Of Our Scientific And Technological AchievementsThis Broad Cultural History Of Technology And Science Provides A Range Of Stories And Reflections About The Past, Discussing Areas Such As Film, Industrial Design, And Alternative Environmental Technologies, And Including Not Only European And North American, But Also Asian Examples, To Help Resolve The Contradictions Of Contemporary High Tech Civilization


10 thoughts on “Hubris and Hybrids: A Cultural History of Technology and Science

  1. says:

    Excellent survey of technological advance across the past few centuries, with a bit of an emphasis on ideologies of technology Similar, in this sense, to Adas Machines as the Measure of Men Science, Technology, and Ideologies of Western Dominance Still, I really didn t like the use of the term hybrid Hybrids were sometimes people who saw the positive and the negative elements of technology, and sometimes people with multidisciplinary backgrounds The book seemed generally to valorize technological skeptics, but the hybrid terminology seemed to be thrown around a bit indiscriminately.Still, this was a good read, and the bibliography was extremely useful.